Breaking news! A car drove into a crowd on a street west of Germany’s capital, Berlin.
One person was killed and dozens were injured in the incident.
The incident took place on Rankestrasse, near Breitscheidplatz, the main shopping district where the 2016 influx to Berlin’s Christmas market killed 11 people.
While no further details were released about the 29-year-old driver, who has Armenian and German citizenship, a scene said to be related to the scene showed piles of collapsed chairs and tables.
BILD: CONFUSION LETTER FOUND
The German newspaper Bild stated that there was a confession letter in the vehicle that was driven into the crowd, and claimed that the driver deliberately drove his vehicle into the crowd.
While the attacker was taken into custody, it was noted that his purpose is not known now.