6 people died in the massacre with an ax in China

6 people died in the massacre with an ax in China

Zhengzhou : China | Sep 14, 2011 at 12:43 PM PDT
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A man shows signs of mental ax this morning killed two children and four adults in an attack of insanity in China.

Police have arrested a man named Wang Hongbin, a local farmer at the age of 30. Wang is suspected of mental illness.

The incident occurred this morning at 8h40 local time, on a street in town near the capital also means Zhengzhou, Henan province in central China, Xinhua reported. An ax man attacked two children and four adults. Page Dahe said the adult victims were parents of babies and put them on their way to kindergarten children.

A girl and three adults were then confirmed to have died. A baby and another adult was in critical condition, and died in hospital.

An unnamed employee of the child in the same meaning Tongxing confirmed two children were attacked by their parents which is sent in this kindergarten. He also said the attack happened in the street outside the nursery, but refused to disclose more information and hung up hastily. Meanwhile, an employee at the center have the same meaning in a dog's name is Wang said the incident happened near an intersection, not far from a major supermarket in the area. The whole scene was a police blockade.

The attack with an ax in Ha Nam has extended the list of violent attacks targeting children in schools and kindergartens in China.This has forced the authorities to enhance security measures throughout time after similar incidents.

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Le Thi Bich Lan is based in Vũng Tàu, Đông Nam Bộ, Vietnam, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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