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[All-In-1-Min] 【整理】2010-12-18&12-19 ABC Video News

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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.

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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 * * of morning rush hour northeast of Tokyo, just 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 wearing a knife.

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

This woman says students ran for the * to escape. One of them was crying to stop the * 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 *. He told * he wanted to end his life, he had 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 government to toughen its knife laws. A law went into effect last year.
**ABC news Tokyo
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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 the 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. 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 the police arrived. 14 people were hurt. Most of them were teenagers with 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 two years after another stabbing (spree) here in Tokyo killed 7 people and injured 10 others. That incident promted Japanese government to toughen its knife laws. A law that went into effect last year. Akkiof Juduf, ABC news, Tokyo.
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 stabbingspree 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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He ran out side and avoided in another school bus before attacking more passengers.
This women says students ran from stairs to escape , one of them was try to  stop the bleeding on his face .two passengers catch the suspectious before police arrived,14 people were hurt ,most were teenager with miner injuries.police said the suscpet was uninplore ,he told the tacktives he want to end his life,he has no intention of killing others,the attack happened more than two years after another stabbing in tokoy,killed 7people and injuried 10 others,that promp janpanese government a tough  nice loss ,a lot went into affect last year,ABCnews tokoy
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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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HW     The attack unfolded at the height of morning rush hour northeast of Tokyo, just as 15 teengage 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 though students were fighting at first, then I heard the screams. Polica say the man became stabing students, slashing their in * 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 intenion of killing others. The attack happened more than 2 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 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 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
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[Homework]【整理】2010-12-18&12-19 ABC Video News

The attaken falled at high morning rush hour northeast of Tokyo just as 15 teenagers students packed school bus outside a train station. Police said the 27 year old suspect () came on board through the backdoor within a knife. This bus driver said I thought the students were fighting at first then I heared the scrimes.Police said the man bagan stapping students their() and faces the students he ran outside and boarded another city bus before attacting more passgers.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. 14 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 attact happended more than 2 years after another stabbing spring here in Yokyo killed 7 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 are 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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