Several hospitalized after another stabbing in Sweden

Several hospitalized after another stabbing in Sweden
At noon, three people were taken to hospital after being stabbed in central Norrköping, according to reports.

- I will not comment on which weapon was used. But a person is arrested, suspected of having inflicted these injuries, says Fredrik Kliman, spokesperson Östgöta police, to Aftonbladet.

The stabbing occurred at the City Library in central Norrköping.

There is a lot of blood at the site, which the police have now cordoned off.

According to Fredrik Kliman, a police patrol was heading for another case, but saw two wounded people at the South Promenade.

- They assessed the injuries to be so severe that they alerted the ambulance, he says to Aftonbladet.

Another injured person was found in a street near the City Library.

All three have been taken to hospital, but it is still unclear how badly injured they are.

The police will not yet inform about the sex or age of those involved (and of course not ethnicity).

- All I know is that that the arrested person is a man, says Kliman.

He would not confirm reports that a knife should have been used.

- It's a weapon, we have many witnesses left to interrogate and I do not want to put words in their mouth, he says.

The motive is still unclear, but according to Fredrik Kliman, it is probably gang related.

Sweden is looking more and more like a dangerous town in the Middle East.

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