About 30 people are injured in the incident near the Memorial Church in downtown Berlin. According to the police, it is unclear whether it was an accident or a deliberate act.
A vehicle drove into a crowd in Berlin, according to the fire department, around 30 people were injured.
According to the police, the accident happened around 10:30 a.m. on Tauentzienstraße (near house number 13) near the Memorial Church and the Ku’damm. The vehicle is a car, a police spokesman said. The police and fire brigade were on duty.
The police spokesman, Thilo Cablitz, said: “We do not know at this point in time whether it is an intentional act or a traffic accident.” The suspected driver of the vehicle was arrested by police at the scene.
A photo posted online shows a car parked in a shop window.
In December 2016, an Islamist assassin drove into a Christmas market near the Memorial Church. At that time, twelve people died and more than 70 were injured.