Wednesday, May 27, 2015   

Teens flee Guangzhou subway after pepper spray attack
(03-04 14:30)

Four passengers were slightly injured in a stampede on a Guangzhou subway train after two male teenagers sprayed pepper spray into the crowd in the morning, local police said.
The incident happened at 10:48 a.m. on a train of subway Line 5 running from Jiaokou station to Xicun station, according to a statement issued by the local Public Security Bureau through their account on Sina Weibo.
Preliminary inquiries show that the irritant gas they used was pepper spray. The two teenagers fled the scene.—Xinhua

   
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