VIENNA A motorist killed 3 people and harmed 34 on Saturday in a Austrian city of Graz when he ploughed a automobile during high speed into a swarming selling street, military said.
The motorist of a sport-utility automobile (SUV), a 26-year-old Austrian of Bosnian start famous to military for domestic violence, was detained.
Police pronounced there was no reason to think any militant ground and they believed a male was pang family problems.
Eyewitnesses cited by a open broadcaster ORF pronounced a automobile had been travelling during about 100 kph (62 mph). ORF pronounced no explosives had been found in a car.
“We can now positively order out an extremist, eremite or domestic background,” Josef Klamminger, conduct of a military force of a range of Styria, told reporters.
“He has (previously) seemed prepared to use violence,” Klamminger said. The male also stabbed dual people after jumping out of a crashed car.
When asked either a male had any psychological problems, a Graz military official, Kurt Kemeter, said: “Of march there would have been problems”.
He pronounced a man, a lorry motorist who is married and has dual children, gave himself adult to a military after a incident.
Three children were among a injured. Six people were in a vicious condition, according to puncture services. More than 60 police, about 80 ambulances and a rescue helicopter were mobilised.
Pictures on internal media websites showed a immature SUV with a exceedingly shop-worn front and crushed damaged lights, and a headband unresolved from it.
(Reporting By Shadia Nasralla; Editing by Digby Lidstone)
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