The suspect, who had been wandering around the corridors of the terminal for days, encountered security guards when they approached him.
Police shot and killed a man with a knife at the airport on Wednesday. Roissy Charles de Gaulle in Paris According to French airport and police sources.
“This morning, police neutralized a threatening person with a knife at Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport,” the police prefecture said. Paris on his Twitter account.
The events were recorded at the busy Terminal 2F at around 8:20 am local time. “a homeless man disturbed security guards and border police were called in as reinforcements to remove him”assured an airport source.
The man walked away, cursing them, but then he turned, came back and pulled out a knife. According to police sources, one of the police officers used his gun.
a photographer from AFPOne witness said that “a tall, black man hurled an object that looked like a knife at police”. “He was ordered to stop, but he continued to advance towards them and an officer fired one shot.” counted.
The photographer said the dead man was taken from the scene on a stretcher, out of reach of passengers.
Authorities are now working to identify the deceased, about whom almost no details have been revealed. By ‘Figaro‘ did not make any claims of a terrorist nature at the time of the alleged attack.
The governor’s office reported that he was trying to negotiate with the man who injured his stomach.
According to local media reports, the man He had been wandering the corridors of the airport for several days.
ATTACK ON SAN FRANCISCO
During June, a man with a “white gun” attacked several passengers inside a terminal. San Francisco International Airport Authorities reported that the three left with wounds and abrasions before they were taken into custody.
Police said the man went to the airport, entered the International Terminal, “circled around the terminal exits and pulled a knife” before attacking three people at around 6pm.
He told the newspaper that the passengers were in the area in front of the security zone when they were attacked. San Francisco Chronicle airport shift manager russell mackey .
The police arrived and arrested a man whose name was not immediately released.
Authorities said the injured were being treated for minor injuries before continuing their journey. Other airport operations were not affected, they added.
Mackey said it was unknown whether the suspect was a traveler and the motive for the attack.
(with information from AFP, Europa Press and AP)
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