A knife attack on a high-speed train in Germany left three people severely wounded, the Bavarian Red Cross stated Saturday. Police stated a person has been arrested in reference to the morning attack.

The train, certainly one of Germany’s high-speed ICE trains, was touring between the Bavarian cities of Regensburg and Nuremberg on the time of the attack. A spokesperson for the Bavarian Red Cross, which had 110 responders on the scene, stated the group processed three “severely injured” people.

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A 27-year-old Syrian man was arrested in Seubersdorf, the place the train stopped after the attack, Bavarian state police instructed The Associated Press. The injured people got here from the Regensburg and close by Passau areas, state police stated.

Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany, November 04, 2018, German Police car on the Neupfarrplatz at carnival parade in Regensburg

Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany, November 04, 2018, German Police automobile on the Neupfarrplatz at carnival parade in Regensburg

In addition, 200 to 300 different people from the train had been taken off and dropped at a close-by location, the Bavarian Red Cross spokesperson stated.

Local police instructed The Associated Press they obtained a name in regards to the attack round 9 a.m.

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Interior Minister Horst Seehofer stated the background behind the “terrible” attack was “still unclear.” He stated people in Seubersdorf, a municipality 473 kilometers (294 miles) south of Berlin, confronted no “acute danger.”

A security officer guards the area after a reported knife attack at Notre Dame church in Nice, France, October 29, 2020. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard - RC29SJ9HXMKS

A safety officer guards the world after a reported knife attack at Notre Dame church in Nice, France, October 29, 2020. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard – RC29SJ9HXMKS

“I hope that those injured and those who witnessed this will recover quickly and completely,” Seehofer stated.

A spokesperson for the German railway community confirmed that the station in Seubersdorf was closed and that train journey between Regensburg and Nuremberg was suspended. Long-distance train service has since been rerouted through the close by metropolis of Ingolstadt.