GUANGZHOU, CHINA (NBC) - Six people were injured during a knife attack at a busy train station in Southern China Tuesday.
It was the third high-profile attack on civilians at a train station in China in just over two months.
There was no immediate word of about a motive.
A police statement said officers arrived on the scene as the attack was taking place and subdued a male suspect carrying a knife who failed to respond to a police warning.
Last week, a suicide bombing at a train station in China's Xinjiang Uyghur autonomous region killed three people and injured over six dozen.
In March, five men and women carrying knives slashed crowds at a train station in Southwest China and killed 29 people.
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