At least two people were seriously injured Monday in an attack at an upper secondary school in the Swedish city of Malmo.
Malmo Police Department spokesman Rickard Lundqvist said police had rushed to Malmö Latinskola with their weapons drawn and two people were taken away in an ambulance.
Lundqvist said they had serious injuries and that one person was also arrested.
He did not elaborate further, saying they were trying to shed light on the incident by collecting information from eyewitnesses.
Lundqvist noted, however, that there were 50 people in the school at the time of the incident and that the injured people were not students.—AP