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Police shoot man in forklift rampage

Wednesday, 27 Jun 2018 ( #878 ) - Yantai, China
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The rampage ends dramatically. PHOTO: WEIBO
Police shot the driver of a forklift who went on a rampage in the eastern Chinese city of Yantai.

The driver killed one bystander and injured at least 10 others in the coastal city near Beijing.

According to media reports, police officers tried several different methods to stop the vehicle before resorting to lethal force.

The driver was identified as 45-year-old Wang Zhihua, but the reasons behind the rampage are not yet known.

Video footage captured by onlookers showed Wang crashing his forklift into cars and pushing them along the road.
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