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Several people stabbed at hospital in Ehime Prefecture in western Japan

Devdiscourse News Desk | Tokyo | Updated: 09-08-2019 16:28 IST | Created: 09-08-2019 16:18 IST
Several people stabbed at hospital in Ehime Prefecture in western Japan
Representative Image Image Credit: ANI

Several people were stabbed by a man on Friday at a hospital in Ehime Prefecture in western Japan, according to local media reports. The reports citing emergency workers said that at least two people were hospitalized.

An emergency call was made in the evening, saying that a man with a knife had entered the hospital in the city of Shikokuchuo, according to the workers.

The identity of the man and the motive behind the stabbings has not been discovered yet.



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