Saturday, March 11, 2017

GERMANY: Two (Muslim?) suspects on the run after carrying out a tear gas attack on crowded train in Hamburg

THIRD TERRORIST ATTACK IN AS MANY DAYS: Following an axe attack by a Muslim migrant injuring 9, and a machete attack on an 80-year-old man (suspect on the run) in Dusseldorf, come reports that two “youths” (PC-approved euphemism for Muslims) attacked a packed train with tear gas in Hamburg.

Breitbart  (h/t Susan K) Unknown attackers launched a tear gas attack on a train in Hamburg that reports say has injured at least six and affected 50 people and led to a massive police presence at the Hamburg train station.

Several people, including two children aged three and six, were hurt and treated by first responders.  The children suffered respiratory and eye problems – although their injuries are not thought to be serious.

At 6:55 pm Friday evening passengers on a train in Hamburg on the S-Bahn line 11 were subjected to a tear gas attack by two young men affecting 50 including a three-year-old girl. Paramedics and police arrived on the scene to treat the passengers of the train for various ailments including respiratory injured German paper Bild reports.

The attack occurred just before the train reached Sternschanze station in the centre of Hamburg and upon arriving all passengers fled into the station to escape the gas.

Federal police at the train station said that the perpetrators were likely two young men who had fled the scene. Rüdiger Carstens, spokesman for the federal police said, “The recordings of the surveillance cameras were secured. The investigations continue.”

Less than a month ago Hamburg airport had to be partially evacuated as the result of a similar attack. In that attack, an unknown toxin was released through the airport’s ventilation system and it led to 68 people needing treatment for irritated eyes and breathing difficulties. 


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