Dunedin stabbing: Five people injured in South Island supermarket stabbing – arrest made

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FIVE people have been injured in a stabbing at supermarket in Dunedin, New Zealand, according to local media reports.

Three people are in a critical condition after the incident at a Countdown supermarket in Dunedin, on the South Island.

Police told the Otago Daily Times “several people have been injured”.

A St John spokesman confirmed five people were injured, three of whom are in critical condition.

They have been taken to the city’s hospital.

Police confirmed a man was arrested at 2.35pm local time (3.35am GMT).


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