MADRID, 31 Oct. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The French Police opened fire this Tuesday against a woman who threatened to attack passengers at a train station in Paris, the capital, in an alleged case of terrorism.
The incident took place around 9:30 (local time) at the Austerlitz station, when a woman wearing an Islamic veil threatened to attack those present shouting 'Allahu akbar' (Allah is great), according to information from the broadcaster. BFMTV television.
Subsequently, he went to the François-Mitterrand Library metro station, where he hid his hands under his clothing. The Police, who have tried to isolate her, have explained that she opened fire after she refused on several occasions to show her hands. The woman is seriously injured after being hit in the abdomen and has been taken to a local hospital.
The station has been closed to the public so that agents can check that there are no explosive devices in the vicinity. The Paris Prosecutor's Office has opened a series of investigations in this regard for advocacy of terrorism, death threats and acts of intimidation against public authorities.