Not less than three and 34 persons were injured the city of Graz Austria, after a man after man drives his car at a high speeds of 90mph straight through crowds of shoppers in Austria before getting out and stabbing bystanders
According to Sahara-Reporter, the male drove recklessly, and deliberately rammed his car into the crowd
Eyewitnesses claim he was driving between 60mph and 90mph on busy road
Then got out of the car and began stabbing bystanders which included police Around 34 people are injured - one critically - and at least three people killed
At least three people are dead and another 34 injured after an SUV ploughed into a crowd of people in Graz, Austria.
Eyewitnesses say the driver rammed into crowds at up to 90mph before he got out and began randomly stabbing bystanders, which included the elderly and policemen.
A seven-year-old boy and a woman are thought to be among those killed in the onslaught on the main shopping street of Herrengasse.
The governor of the state has described the driver as a 'deranged lone assassin' and the police say the man, who is believed to be a 26-year-old Austrian, was distressed over 'family problems'.