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Three People Stabbed to Death in Glasgow Incident, the Suspect Died

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At least three people were fatally injured in a stabbing incident in the centre of the Scottish city of Glasgow.

 

BBC broadcaster reports that two of them have died, but that message is not confirmed. The suspect was shot by the Scottish police and died.

There is also an officer among the injured. He is in serious condition but is not in mortal danger. The violence occurred in front of or in a hotel on West George Street in the centre of the city.

Photos show that the police and ambulance services have been pulled out onto the street in large numbers.

Several sources on Twitter report the stabbing in West George Street. Eyewitnesses have seen blood and armed police officers. Photos show that the police and ambulance services have been pulled out onto the street in large numbers.

Glasgow police are asking people not to go to the closed area and say there is no more threat to the public.

According to the BBC, the hotel where the incident took place offers temporary shelter to asylum seekers. Eyewitnesses have seen blood and armed police officers.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said the events in Glasgow deeply sadden him. Scottish Prime Minister Nicola Sturgeon calls the reports from Glasgow “terrible”.

The motive of the perpetrator is still under investigation. The police do not think there is a terrorist act.

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