3 harmed in assault at San Francisco Global Air terminal

San Francisco — A man with an "edged weapon" went after travelers inside a San Francisco Global Air terminal on Friday, leaving three with cuts and scratches before he was captured, specialists said.

The man headed to the air terminal, went into the Global Terminal, "strolled around the takeoff terminal and took out an edged weapon" prior to going after three men at around 6 p.m., police said.

The explorers were in the pre-security region when they were gone after, air terminal obligation chief Russell Mackey told the San Francisco Annal.

Cops showed up and captured a man, whose name wasn't promptly delivered.

The casualties were treated for minor wounds prior to progressing forward with their movements and other air terminal activities weren't impacted, authorities said.

It wasn't clear in the event that the suspect was a voyager and the thought process in the assault was obscure, Russell Mackey said.

A KTVU-television columnist who was covering the Brilliant Express Champions' homecoming at the air terminal said an enormous blade was eliminated from the scene.

Different subtleties weren't quickly accessible.

In February, there was an official included shooting happened at the air terminal that left exclusive dead, as per CBS San Francisco.


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