Police in Muenster Germany are treating the incident as an “attack.”
Three people are dead and more than 30 are injured after a horrific attack in Germany.
A man drove a van into a crowd of families outside a restaurant in the city of Muenster. After the evil act, the driver of the van shot himself.
Police say they are treating the incident as an attack, and while the authorities have not specified the motive, it fits the pattern of ISIS ‘inspired’ attacks that have taken place across the western world.
Notably, the attack took place on the one year anniversary of a terror attack in Sweden where an Islamist terrorist drove a beer truck into a crowd, killing five people and wounding 14.
Muenster police say they are not looking for further suspects at this time, and are investigating a ‘suspicious’ device under the vehicle used in the attack.
Below are videos from the aftermath of the attack:
Video from scene in Münster, Germany following car ramming incident, leaving at least 4 people dead and 20 others injured. pic.twitter.com/lP7zg1zQrC
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