Woman injures 14 children with a knife in Chinese nursery school


A woman has stabbed at least 14 children at a kindergarten in Chongqing in central China with a kitchen knife, local police said Friday.

Chongqing City Banan District police said the children were slashed as they walked back to class after their morning exercises at Yudong New Century Kindergarten about 9.30 a.m. local time.

School security guards attempted to restrain the woman while bystanders began to take matters into their own hands, kicking the woman once she was subdued.

More than a dozen children have been injured after a woman with a knife launched an attack at a kindergarten in China.

She has since been arrested.

Images and video footage circulating on social media showed a scene of chaos, as several children in blood-soaked clothes - some with knife wounds on their faces - walked out from the kindergarten in a daze.

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All victims have been hospitalized and receiving treatment, according to police.

In April, a 28-year-old man killed nine middle school students as they were returning home in one of the country's deadliest knife attacks in recent years.

Knife attacks targeting schoolchildren are not uncommon in China, which has seen a slew of deadly incidents over the past few years.

A spate of killings of school children in 2010 prompted a response from top government officials and leading many schools to add gates and security guards.

The motive for the attack is unclear, though some reports on social media say the woman had a grievance against the government.