TOKYO, June 22 (Reuters) - A former Mazda Motor employee driving a station wagon smashed into Madza workers as they changed shifts at one of the car maker's plants in Japan, killing one and injuring 10, the automaker said. The driver, Toshiaki Hikiji, was arrested less than an hour later a few kilometres away on suspected murder and other charges, Hiroshima prefectural police spokeswoman Takae Shiozaki said. National broadcasters reported that Hikiji, a 42-year-old temporary worker, told ...
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