The police, the knife attack at the Central railway station in Manchester on Monday evening with three of the injured from a terrorist Background. A spokeswoman for Greater Manchester Police confirmed on Tuesday on request.
use of forces had taken on Monday evening a man at Victoria station in Manchester. He is said to have injured three people with a knife on a Tram platform. The Anti-terrorist unit took over the investigation. According to the newspaper “Manchester Evening News” reported eye-witnesses, the attacker was called “Allah”.
A woman and a man, both between 50 and 60 years old, with stab wounds to the abdomen and sometimes also in the face to the hospital. A police officer was treated for a stab wound to the shoulder, but again was discharged from the hospital, as it was called in a communication to the police. The injuries were not life-threatening.
according to eyewitnesses, jabbing the attacker with a large kitchen knife on his victims, but was quickly rushing to the scene, police officers using pepper spray and a stun gun overwhelmed. In a short Video that the BBC showed, was to see how a number of officials pinned a man to the ground.