Dusseldorf police: Several people injured in ax attack at train station

Dusseldorf police: Several people injured in ax attack at train station

Dusseldorf police: Several people injured in ax attack at train station

Police and emergency workers stand outside the main railway station following what police described as an axe attack on March 9 in Dusseldorf, Germany.

Earlier, Bruno Macedo tweeted from a train stuck outside the station: "Man with axe chased by police in Dusseldorf".

Around five people have been injured but police were not able to say how seriously.

A federal police spokesman told the AFP news agency that other suspects may be at large, but it was not clear how many people were being sought.

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Witnesses reported seeing injured people lying on the ground, and at least one man armed with an axe.

Terrified passengers have taken to social media to say the situation inside the station "looks bad".

Trains are reportedly not stopping at the station.

Germany is in a high state of alert after suffering a year of frequent, gruesome terror attacks.

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