It was reported that 2 girls, one of them seriously, were injured in the knife attack that took place in the garden of the Neukölln Protestant School in Berlin, the capital of Germany.
In a statement made by the Berlin police, it was stated that two girls, aged 7 and 8, were injured, one of them seriously, at the school located on Mainzer Street in Neukölln.
In the statement, it was stated that the injured children were taken to the hospital, and that the attacker was taken into custody at the scene.
In the statement, it was noted that the police launched an investigation into the incident.
According to local media reports, two girls were injured in a knife attack in the school garden and were taken to the hospital by helicopter. It was stated in the news that the perpetrator was an adult person, and that many children witnessed the incident.
In the news of the German News Agency DPA, it was noted that the suspect, who was taken into custody, was a 39-year-old person, and it was not known whether he knew the girls or not.
Neukölln Protestant School teaches students from grade 1 to grade 13. (AA)