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>> The car and knife attack at Ohio State University that injured 11 people Monday is being investigated as a possible terror attack. Suspect Abdul Razak Ali Artan was shot and killed by a police officer after he drove into a group of people. Then jumped out of the vehicle and stab several of them with a butcher knife at the school's Columbus campus.
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>> Our officer was on scene in less than a minute and he ended the situation less than a minute. He engaged the suspect and he eliminated the threat.>> The assailant, an 18 year old immigrant from Somalia and a lawful US resident. US representative Adam Schiff, the ranking democrat on the House Intelligence Committee saying intelligence agencies are assisting in the investigation.
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Ohio State student newspapers, The Lantern, on Monday posting an interview with Artan from August that ran as part of its Humans at Ohio State feature. In the interview, Artan, a third year logistics management student, said he had recently transferred to Ohio State from Columbus State University. He talked about being a Muslim and said that his former school had offered more accommodations for prayer.
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Of Ohio State he said, quote, this place is huge I don't even know where to pray. If people look at me, a Muslim, praying I don't know what they're going to think. While initially reported as a campus shooting, all of the 11 injured suffered wounds from the knife or the vehicle none of them life threatening.