A man carrying a knife went on a stabbing rampage at a kindergarten in southern China, killing two people and injuring 16 others.
Of the injured, 14 have received medical treatment and two are undergoing operations, ABC News reported.
Regional authorities confirmed the stabbing incident occurred in Beiliu City, Guangxi at around 2pm local time on Wednesday, according to The Straits Times.
The 24-year-old man with the last name Zeng is believed to have begun the attack when both teachers and students were having nap time, local media reported.
Several Hong Kong news outlets reported the suspect was going through a divorce with his wife who was a staff member at the kindergarten.
Videos posted to Chinese social media sites showed footage of injured children covered in blood with some lying unresponsive. Videos also showed a man, suspected to be Zeng, being arrested by police.
A police investigation is currently underway.
This comes less than six months after 20 children in China were injured in a brutal hammer attack at a Beijing primary education centre by a former school maintenance worker.