Plunge a car into a crowd in Germany

A car plowed into a crowd in western Berlin, Germany, killing one person and injuring dozens, but the driver’s motive was unknown.

The incident happened today on a street corner in the Charlottenberg district, west of the German capital Berlin, when the car rammed into a place where many pedestrians were gathered. Part of the car was in a shop on the street after the accident.

The scene of a car crash in west Berlin today.  Photo: Twitter/guyelster.

The scene of a car crash in west Berlin today. Image: Twitter/guyelster.

The capital’s fire department said at least 30 people were injured, some of them seriously. Sheet Bild then reported that one person had been killed.

Police arrested the driver, but it is not clear if this was a targeted attack or an unintentional accident.

The crash happened near the scene of a car attack in late December 2016, when Anis Amri, a Tunisian asylum seeker, hijacked the truck and killed the driver, then rammed the vehicle into a Christmas market. resulted in 11 deaths and dozens of injuries.

Vu Anh (Theo Reuters)

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