Axe-wielding teen storms school classroom with firebomb before brutal slashing attack

Axe-wielding teen storms school classroom with firebomb before brutal slashing attack

Five students from the seventh grade and one teacher were injured in the attack by a ninth-grade student at the school in Sosnovy Bor village, just outside the south Siberian city of Ulan-Ude.

The teen reportedly asked his friends to be his accomplices but they refused, a source close to the situation told Interfax.

Vyacheslav Timkin, head of Buryatia's Regional Center for Disaster Medicine, said "six children and one woman" were injured, including the attacker.

According to the Buryatia Republic authorities, four people were injured, including an attacker. She said that one of her classmates was knocked down and hit in the head with an axe several times. "It was a nightmare!". A criminal case was filed for attempted murder and negligence in the service.

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The attacker, whose motives were not immediately clear, was taken to hospital and an official investigation has been launched. "He was detained and is now in the hospital, as he attempted suicide", she said. A legal assessment will also be given to the actions of the authorities responsible for school security, Petrenko said.

In Russia's Chelyabnisk region, a criminal case has been opened against a 16-year-old boy charged with stabbing another student with a knife at a school in Smolnoye on January 17.

Two teenagers stabbed children and their teacher with knives in the city of Perm in the Ural mountains on Monday, injuring 15 people.

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