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Ohio State University attack injures 10, assailant shot dead by cops

DNA Monday, 28 November 2016
At least 10 people were injured, one critically, at Ohio State University, in an attack that was carried out by an assailant who used a knife and a vehicle to attack people , local officials said.

The assailant was shot and killed by police but not before he had struck his victims with the vehicle and stabbed them, the...
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News video: Injured Ohio State Professor Describes Attack

Injured Ohio State Professor Describes Attack 03:36

An Ohio State medical official says 3 of the 11 injured in an attack at Ohio State University remain hospitalized and are expected to recover. OSU professor William Clark, who was struck by the attacker's car, also spoke to reporters Tuesday. (Nov. 29)

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