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The attack unfolded at the height of morning rush hour northeast of Tokyo, just as 15 teenage students packed the school bus outside the train station. Police say that the 27-year-old suspect came on board through the back door wielding a knife.

This bus driver said: "I thought students were fighting at first, then I heard the screams." Police say the man became stabbing students, slashing their wrists and faces. He ran outside and boarded another city bus before attacking more passengers.

This woman says students ran for the stairs to escape. One of them was trying to stop the bleeding on his face. Two passengers captured the suspect before police arrived. 14 people were hurt, most of them teenagers with minor injuries. Police say the suspect was unemployed. He told detectives he wanted to end his life, he had no intention of killing others.

The attack happened more than 2 years after another stabbing spree here in Tokyo killed 7 people and injured 10 others. That incident prompted the Japanese government to toughen its knife laws. A law that went into effect last year.

、、ABC news, Tokyo

[Homework]【整理】2010-12-18&12-19 ABC Video News

The attack unfolded that at the height morning rushing hour northeast of Tyocow just as 15 teenages students packed the school bus outside the train station. The police say the 27-year-old suspect come on aboard through the back door wielding a knife.
This bus driver said I saw students are fighting at first then I heard thescreams. Police say the begin stabbing students, slashing their wrists and faces. He run outside and aboarded another city bus before attacking more passengers. This woman says students ran for the stair to escape, one of them was trying to stop bleeding on his face. Two passengers catched the suspect before police arrived. 14 people were hurt, most of them are teenages with minor injury. Police say the suspect is unemployed. He told the detectives he wanted to end his life, he has no attention on killing others.
The attack happen have more than 2 years after another stabbing spree here killed 7 people an d injuried ten others. That incident prompted Japanese government toughen its knife laws. A law that want into effect last year.


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The attack unfolded at the height of morning rush hour northeast of Tokyo, just as 15 teenage students packed the school bus outside the train station. Police say that the 27-year-old suspect came on board through the back door wielding a knife.

This bus driver said: "I thought students were fighting at first, then I heard the screams." Police say the man became stabbing students, slashing their wrists and faces. He ran outside and boarded another city bus before attacking more passengers.

This woman says students ran for the stairs to escape. One of them was trying to stop the bleeding on his face. Two passengers captured the suspect before police arrived. 14 people were hurt, most of them teenagers with minor injuries. Police say the suspect was unemployed. He told detectives he wanted to end his life, he had no intention of killing others.

The attack happened more than 2 years after another stabbing spree here in Tokyo killed 7 people and injured 10 others. That incident prompted the Japanese government to toughen its knife laws. A law that went into effect last year.
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The attack falled that the highest morning rush hour northeast of Tokyo, just as 15 teenage students packed to school bus outside the training station. Police say the 27 years old suspect came on board through the back door weaving a knife. This bus drive said, I thought students were fighting at first, then I heard the screams.Police say the man beginning stabbing students *** their risen faces. He ran outside and boarded another city bus before attacking more passengers. This woman says students run for **** to escape, one of them was trying to stop the bleed on his face. Two passengers captured the suspect before police arrived. Fourteen people were hurt, most of them are teenagers with minor injuries. Police say the suspect was unemployed, he told the Tactives he want to enter his life, he has no attention of killing others.The attack happened more than two years after another stabbing spring here in Tokyo killed seven people and injured 10 others. That incident prompt the Japanese government to tough its knife loss, a lot went into effect last year.
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The attack unfolded at the height of morning rush hour northeast of Tokyo, just as 15 teenage students packed the school bus outside the train station. Police say that the 27-year-old suspect came on board through the back door wielding a knife.

This bus driver said: "I thought students were fighting at first, then I heard the screams." Police say the man became stabbing students, slashing their wrists and faces. He ran outside and boarded another city bus before attacking more passengers.

This woman says students ran for the stairs to escape. One of them was trying to stop the bleeding on his face. Two passengers captured the suspect before police arrived. 14 people were hurt, most of them teenagers with minor injuries. Police say the suspect was unemployed. He told detectives he wanted to end his life, he had no intention of killing others.

The attack happened more than 2 years after another stabbing spree here in Tokyo killed 7 people and injured 10 others. That incident prompted the Japanese government to toughen its knife laws. A law that went into effect last year.
The attack unfolded at the height of morning rush hour northeast of Tokyo, just as 15 teenage students packed the school bus outside the train station. Police say that the 27-year-old suspect came on board through the back door wielding a knife.

This bus driver said: "I thought students were fighting at first, then I heard the screams." Police say the man became stabbing students, slashing their wrists and faces. He ran outside and boarded another city bus before attacking more passengers. This woman says students ran for the stairs to escape. One of them was trying to stop the bleeding on his face. Two passengers captured the suspect before police arrived. 14 people were hurt, most of them teenagers with minor injuries. Police say the suspect was unemployed. He told detectives he wanted to end his life, he had no intention of killing others. The attack happened more than 2 years after another stabbing spree here in Tokyo killed 7 people and injured 10 others. That incident prompted the Japanese government to toughen its knife laws. A law that went into effect last year.
The attack unfolded at the height of morning rush hour northeast of Tokyo, just as 15 teenage students packed the school bus outside the train station. Police say that the 27-year-old suspect came on board through the back door wielding a knife.

This bus driver said: "I thought students were fighting at first, then I heard the screams." Police say the man became stabbing students, slashing their wrists and faces. He ran outside and boarded another city bus before attacking more passengers.

This woman says students ran for the stairs to escape. One of them was trying to stop the bleeding on his face. Two passengers captured the suspect before police arrived. 14 people were hurt, most of them teenagers with minor injuries. Police say the suspect was unemployed. He told detectives he wanted to end his life, he had no intention of killing others.

The attack happened more than 2 years after another stabbing spree here in Tokyo killed 7 people and injured 10 others. That incident prompted the Japanese government to toughen its knife laws. A law that went into effect last year.
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The attack unfolded at the height of morning rush hour northeast of Tokyo, just as fifty teenage students packed the school bus outside the train station. Police say the 27-year-old suspect came on board through the back door wielding a knife.
(Japanese)
This bus driver said: “I thought students were fighting at first, then I heard the screams.”
Police say that the man began stabbing students, slashing their wrists and faces. He ran outside and boarded another city bus before attacking more passengers.
(Japanese)
This woman says: “Students ran for the stairs to escape. One of them was trying to stop the bleeding on his face."
Two passengers captured the suspect before police arrived. Fourteen people were hurt, most of them teenagers with minor injuries. Police say the suspect was unemployed. He told detectives he wanted to end his life; he had no intention of killing others. The attack happened more than two years after another stabbing spree here in Tokyo, killed seven people and injured ten others. That incident prompted the Japanese government to toughen its knife laws. A lot of (law) that went into effect last year. Akida Fujida, ABC News, Tokyo.
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The attack unfolded that the height of the morning rush hour northeast of Tokyo.Just 15 teenage students park the school bus,outside the train station.Police says the 27 years old suspect came on board through the back door wielding a knife.
This bus driver said:I thought students fighting at first.Then I heard the screams.Police says the man began stabbing students,slashingthe risen faces.He ran outside and avoided another city bus before attacking more passengers.
This woman says: students ran from the stairs to escape.One of them was trying to stop the bleeding on his face.Two passengers captured the suspect before the police arrived.Fourteen people were hurt, most of them teenagers with minor injuries.Police says the suspect was unimployed.He told detectives he wanted to end his life.He has no intention of killing others.
The attack happened more than 2 years after another stabbing here in Tokyo killed 7 people and injured 10 others.That incident prompted the Japanese governments to toughen its knife laws.A law that went into effect last year.
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The attack unfolded at the height of the morning rush hour northeast of Tokyo, just as 15 teenager students passes the school bus outside the train station. Police said that 27-year-old suspect came up through the back door weiling a knife. This bus driver said I thought students wew fighting at first, then I heard the screams. Police said the man began stabbing students, slashing their wrists and faces. He ran outiside and boarded another city bus before attacking more passengers. This woman said students ran forward the stairs to escape. One of them was trying to stop the bleeding on his face. Two passengers~ the suspect before the police arrived. 14 people were hurt, most of the students were minor injuries. Police say the suspect was unemployed. He told detectives he wanted to end his life. He had no attention of killing others. The attack happened more than 2 years after another stabbing of~~in Tokyo, kill 7 people and injure 10 others. That incident promoted the Japanese government to toughen its knife laws. A law that went into effect last year.
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The attack unfolded that the height of morning rush hour northeast of Tokyo, just as 15 teenage students packed the school bus outside the train station. Police say that the 27-year-old suspect came on board through the back door wielding a knife.

The bus driver said: "I thought students were fighting at first, then I heard the screams." Police say the man became stabbing students, slashing their wrists and faces. He ran outside and boarded another city bus before attacking more passengers.

This woman said students ran for the stairs to escape. One of them was trying to stop the bleeding on his face. Two passengers captured the suspect before police arrived. 14 people were hurt, most of them teenagers with minor injuries. Police say the suspect was unemployed. He told detectives he wanted to end his life, he had no intention of killing others.

The attack happened more than 2 years after another stabbing spree here in Tokyo killed 7 people and injured 10 others. That incident prompted the Japanese government to toughen its knife laws. A law that went into effect last year.
The attack unfolded at the height of morning rush hour northeast of Tokyo, just as 15 teenage students packed the school bus outside the train station. Police say that the 27-year-old suspect came on board through the back door veiling in the night.
This bus driver said: "I thought students were fighting at first, then I heard the screams." Police say the man became stabbing students, slashing their wrists and faces. He ran outside and boarded another city bus before attacking more passengers.
This woman says students ran for the stairs to escape. One of them was trying to stop the bleeding on his face. Two passengers captured the suspect before police arrived. 14 people were hurt, most of them teenagers with minor injuries. Police say the suspect was on it bored. He told detectives he wanted to end his life, he had no intention of killing others.
The attack happened more than 2 years after another stabbing screen here in Tokyo killed 7 people and injured 10 others. That incident prompted the Japanese government to toughen its knife laws. A law that went into effect last year.
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homeworThe attack unfolded at the height of morning rush hour northeast of Tokyo, just as 15 teenage students packed the school bus outside the train station. Police say that the 27-year-old suspect came on board through the back door veiling in the night.
This bus driver said: "I thought students were fighting at first, then I heard the screams." Police say the man became stabbing students, slashing their wrists and faces. He ran outside and boarded another city bus before attacking more passengers.
This woman says students ran for the stairs to escape. One of them was trying to stop the bleeding on his face. Two passengers captured the suspect before police arrived. 14 people were hurt, most of them teenagers with minor injuries. Police say the suspect was on it bored. He told detectives he wanted to end his life, he had no intention of killing others.
The attack happened more than 2 years after another stabbing screen here in Tokyo killed 7 people and injured 10 others. That incident prompted the Japanese government to toughen its knife laws. A law that went into effect last year.k
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The attack *(unfolded) at the height of morning rush hour northeast of Tokyo, just as 15 teenage students packed the school bus outside a (the?) train station. Police say that the 27-year-old suspect came on board through the back door with(wielding) a knife.This bus driver said: "I thought students were fighting at first, then I heard the screams." Police say the man began (became?) stabbing students, slashing their (wrists) and faces. He ran outside and boarded another city bus before attacking more passengers. This woman says students ran for the stairs to escape. One of them was trying to stop the bleeding on his face. Two passengers kept(captured) the suspect before police arrived. 14 people were hurt, most of them teenagers with minor injuries. Police say the suspect was unemployed. He told detectives he wanted to end his life,he had no intention of killing others. The attack happened more than 2 years after another stabbing *(spree) here in Tokyo killed 7 people and injured 10 others. That incident prompted the Japanese government to toughen its knife laws. A law that went into effect last year.*,ABC news, Tokyo.
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[Homework]【整理】2010-12-18&12-19 ABC Video News

The attack unfolded at the height of morning rush hour northeast of Tokyo, just as 15 teenage students packed the school bus outside the train station. The police said that 27-year-old suspect come on board through the back door wielding a knife.
This bus driver said ,I saw the students were fighting at first, then I heard the screams. Police say the man begin stabbing students ,slashing their wrists and faces, he run out side and boared another city bus before attacking more passenagers. This woman says, students run stairs to escape ,one of them was trying to stop bleeding on his face. 2 passenage captured the suspect before police arrived. 14 people were hurt, most of them are teenagers with minor injuries.
The police says the suspect was unemployed. He told the detectives he wanted to end his life, he had no intention of killing others.
The attack happened more than 2 years after another stabbing spree here in Tokyo killed 7 people and injured 10 others. That incident prompted the Janpanese goverment to toughen its knife law. A law that went into effect last year.
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