A former Mazda worker has driven a car into workers at his former factory, killing one and injuring ten.
The incident happened in the Hiroshima Prefecture in Japan.
Toshiaki Hikiji, 42, worked at the Ujina factory plant earlier this year, before leaving of his own accord, police say.
He drove past security at the factory gate and sped into the plant as workers were arriving in the morning. He then fled, but was later caught by police. Police believe he was carrying a knife with the intention to kill more people.
The dead worker was named as Hiroshi Hamada, 39. One of the ten injured workers is listed as being in a critical condition.