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According to ChinaSmack, a man wielding a large, machete-like
knife rushed the campus of China's Guizhou Normal University on July 2,
allegedly headed toward the cafeteria. Several security guards tried to
stop him, but were cut down in the process. The man, described by police
as mentally ill, stabbed and killed two guards with a 27-inch steel
blade and seriously injured a third.
In footage captured by a
bystander's camera phone, the suspect can be seen attacking and stabbing
a guard. As he turns away from his victim, a man dashes onto the scene
and delivers a powerful flying kick to the suspect's back, knocking him
The video has been viewed more than 2.7 million times after it was posted to the Chinese video-sharing site Youku.
man who delivered the kick, whose name reportedly is Zhang Huaiqian,
has been nicknamed "Flying Kick Brother" by social media users and the
Chinese press. Zhang can be seen in the car's side view mirror, waiting
for the right moment to act.
"He wanted to beat me but he had to
pick up his knife first. I felt that he was hesitating and I gave him a
second kick," Zhang told China Daily.
A gang of security
personnel and bystanders mobbed the suspect after he was taken down. The
group then proceeded to punch, kick and beat him into submission with
various objects before he was later arrested.
The security guard
stabbed by the knife-wielding man can be seen in the video clutching his
wound as the commotion subsides. Another person, who appears to be a
guard, is seen lying motionless on the sidewalk late in the video.
Central Television reports that two university guards, Ni Bing, 48, and
Han Yimin, 49, died from their injuries at a local hospital.
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