At least five hurt in Swiss chainsaw attack

T TV Tuesday 25/July/2017 12:22 PM
By: Times News Service

A man armed with a chainsaw wounded five people in Switzerland on Monday (July 24).
Police launching a manhunt for the suspect and appealing to the public for help.
They say the incident was not an "act of terror".
"We are searching for a man whose description is now known. It is a man about 1,90m, he is bald and he is believed to be driving a white VW 'Caddy' with a (Swiss) license plate from the canton of Grisons."
The attack happened inside an office building in the centre of Schaffhausen, a small medieval town on the German border.
Two people were seriously hurt.
Police cordoned off the area and ordered people to leave, according to Swiss newspaper Blick.
Witnesses saw bleeding victims being treated by rescue crews and helicopter ambulances were on the scene.