The man holding the baby was caught at the bus stop by another man swinging a knife at the suspect.

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 The man holding the baby was caught at the bus stop by another man swinging a knife at the suspect.


Nandu News reporter Chen Wencai reported that at about 6 p.m. on September 8, a knife wound occurred on Shajing Xinsha Road in Baoan District of Shenzhen. A man suddenly struck a man holding a child with a knife while passing a bus stop, causing the latter to be injured in the back. The perpetrator then fled the scene. Later, Nandu reporters verified by Baoan Branch Bureau that there was indeed a knife wound in the afternoon. At present, the suspect has been captured by the police, and the case is being further investigated.

According to netizens, the incident happened at a bus stop on Xugang section of Xinsha Road, Shajing Street. When a man in black trousers reached behind the bus stop, he suddenly bent down and took out suspected machetes from his package to chase a man in white with a child in his arms, while a man in black pursued several machetes with a lethal weapon. The man in white was chased dozens of meters away and fell to the ground. The murderer stopped before turning around and leaving the scene.

According to videos uploaded by netizens, suspected white-coated men were sitting on the ground not far from the bus stop. The white coat had been dyed red by bright red blood. The white-coated men pressed the wound on their back and surrounded many passers-by.

It is understood that the injured have been sent to Shajing Peoples Hospital for treatment.

After the incident, Nandu reporters contacted Baoan Public Security Bureau. After verification by Baoan Police, knife wounds did occur in Shajing Street that evening. The suspect fled the scene after stabbing passers-by. At about 9 p.m., the suspect was arrested by the police. At present, the suspects motive has not been identified, and the case is being further investigated.

Source: Qian Mingxiao_NBJ10675, Responsible Editor of Southern Metropolitan Daily