Austria's minister accepts failing to act on Slovak warning on the gunman

R Sinduja

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Austria's minister has accepted that Slovak authorities informed that Austrian colleague that the gunman had tried to buy ammunition and that the warnings were not followed up. Slovak police said that they had informed their Austrian colleagues. 4 people were fatally shot and 23 others were wounded when a gunman went on the rampage in Vienna. Austrian minister Karl Nehammer said that information wasn't investigated and no action was taken.