Kordpa News Agency: “Eight passengers in a bus terminal in Kermanshah, Iran, have been injured by an acid attack”
A woman caused six women and two men to be hospitalized by throwing acid in a bus in Kermanshah.
Irna News has referred to the attacker as F. P. and has stated that she intended to attack the bus driver.
According to the police of Kermanshah, the attacker intended to take revenge on a bus driver with whom she had a car accident a while back, which had resulted in health complications for one of her legs and for which she has not yet been compensated by the insurance company.
Although acid attacks are very rare in Iran, a peer-reviewed study published in Annals of Burns and Fire Disasters concluded that:
“The results showed there was no statistically significant difference between the numbers of male and of female victims (51% male, 49% female).” 
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