Austria: 5 men fire shots in Indian temple, up to 30 wounded

May 24, 2009 16:24


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Up to 30 people have been wounded, nine severely, in a shooting at an Indian temple in Vienna, police in Austria said on Sunday. Police spokesman Michael Takacs told Austria Press Agency five men entered a place of worship for an Indian religious community early afternoon Sunday and started firing at those present. Police arrested all five suspects, Takacs said. Four ambulances and three medical helicopters were involved in evacuating the victims to hospital. The temple is situated in Vienna-Rudolfsheim, the capital's 15th district.

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