Nine people, including some refugees and children, have been injured after a man went on a stabbing rampage at an Idaho apartment complex, according to Boise, Idaho, police.
Police said they responded to a call shortly before 9 p.m. Saturday, local time, about a knife-wielding man at an apartment complex. Within five minutes, officers arrived and took a suspect into custody, police said.
Police found nine victims – inside and outside the apartments – and rendered first aid. All were taken to a hospital, police said, and at least four had life-threatening injuries.
Among the victims were members of Boise’s refugee community, and six of the nine victims were children, police said.
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