2nd victim dies after Austrian refugee shelter knife attack

Austrian police say a 32-year-old social worker has died days after suffering serious stab wounds during an attack at a refugee shelter

BERLIN -- Austrian police say a 32-year-old social worker has died days after suffering serious stab wounds during an attack at a refugee shelter.

The suspect, whose name wasn't released, attacked the social worker with a knife Monday during a dispute over a job at the shelter in Wullowitz, near the Czech border. Several asylum-seekers came to the social worker's aid and two suffered serious injuries.

After fleeing, the suspect allegedly killed a 63-year-old farmer and stole his car before being arrested in the nearby city of Linz.