A auto plowed through a crowd of pedestrians celebrating New Year's Eve in Tokyo, Japan, in the early morning of January 1.
The 21-year-old suspect, Kazuhiro Kusakabe, was arrested and questioned, Tokyo Metropolitan police.
Ten minutes after midnight in Tokyo on January 1 a van ploughed into pedestrians on a small street in the Shibuya Ward, injuring at least eight people.
Footage from local broadcaster NHK showed a small van with its entire front end smashed and officers and ambulance workers rushing to the scene.
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The auto barreled down the narrow street, which was packed with pedestrians, slamming into a number of them, police said.
A man aged in his 20s has been taken into custody by police and eight people are so believed to have been injured in the attack.
Japanese media reported that Kusakabe appeared to have planned to set his vehicle on fire.
Police and firefighters inspect the site near Takeshita Street in Tokyo, early Tuesday.
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The Japanese news outlet stated in its report that is unclear to which execution the suspect was referring.
British counter-terrorism police are investigating stabbings at Manchester Victoria train station that left three people injured, including a police officer, on New Year's Eve. Seven people were killed.
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