At least 12 school children were injured on Wednesday when a man with a knife attacked them at a kindergarten in China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
The man slashed the children with a kitchen knife after entering the Xiaocongzai kindergarten in Youyi Township, Pingxiang City local police said.
The suspect claimed he was at the kindergarten to pick up his child, state-run Xinhua news agency reported.
Three seriously injured children have been sent to a hospital in Nanning, the regional capital, for treatment.
The suspect is in police custody.
Social revenge attacks by disgruntled people targeting kindergarten schools have become common in China.
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