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The multiple run over in Berlin with a dead person was intentional, according to “Bild”

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The multiple hit recorded today in berlinwith one fatality and five seriously injured, was intentional, according to the newspaper “Bild”, which ensures that the driver, a 29-year-old German-Armenian resident in the German capital, left a letter announcing it.

According to that newspaper, which cites sources of the investigation, the content of the writing found in the car makes it possible to rule out that it is an accident, an aspect that has not been confirmed by the police.

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LOOK: Germany: Massive outrage in the center of Berlin leaves one dead and five seriously injured

Until now, the Police have reported that they are investigating to try to clarify if the outrage occurred unintentionally, perhaps caused by a health problem, or if it was an intentional act.

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The fatal victim is a 51-year-old school teacher, who was with a group of schoolchildren in the central commercial area where the outrage occurred, according to information from the regional public radio and television RBB.

The event occurred near the Kurfürstendamm avenue at 0830 GMT, according to Berlin Police spokesman Thilo Cablitz.

Its cause was a man, driver of a “Renault Clio”, who has been arrested and who after getting out of the vehicle seemed disoriented and who is expected to be questioned to try to clarify what happened.

The vehicle was first launched against the group of passers-by, among whom was the teacher and her schoolchildren.

After that, it continued to circulate for about 200 meters, to end up crashing into the window of a store in the area.

A total of ten people were injured, five of whom are in critical condition and three seriously injured.

As previously reported by “Bild”, the driver tried to flee the area after crashing his vehicle, but was held by passers-by until the arrival of the police.

The event occurred in a busy commercial area in that part of Berlin, to which some 60 firefighters and health teams traveled to attend to those affected, several of whom were transferred by helicopter to the hospital.

The place where the vehicle crashed is next to the Breitscheidplatz, the central square where in December 2016 the Tunisian jihadist Anis Amri deliberately attacked a popular Christmas market with a stolen truck and killed 13 people of various nationalities.

Source: Elcomercio

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Ronald Payne
Ronald Payne
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