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Three killed in stabbing in England

Several persons are Saturday night been attacked in the English town of Reading.

Thames Valley police write in a press release the night between Saturday and Sunday, that three persons have lost their lives, while three persons are brought to the hospital in critical condition.

A 25-year-old man has also been arrested in the case and charged with murder.

According to several british media, occurred the bloody episode on Saturday night around at 20.30 Danish time in the Forbury Garden in the town of Reading in England.

Sky News' indenrigskorrespondent Mark White wrote Saturday night that sources had told him that knivangrebet was terror-related. This rejects the police, however, in a press release the night between Saturday and Sunday.

- This will be not currently regarded as a terrorist act, however, holds the ushers minds open in relation to the motivation for the incident and get the support of colleagues from the anti-terror unit, says detective inspector Ian Hunter.

On Twitter, reveals violent videos from the site. On the videos seen at least four people lie on the ground, while several professionals such as civil is seen giving first aid.

Police urge people not to share these videos.

- We have an unknown number of patients that we take care of and treat at the present time. It is all I know. We assist as a part of a large force, said a spokesman for Thames Valley Luftambulance to The Telegraph.

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