Germany’s Federal Ministry of the Interior said four people died Saturday after a vehicle crashed into pedestrians in Muenster, a city in western Germany.
Police say about 30 are injured near a popular restaurant in the city’s historic old town, with several in serious condition. The driver has killed himself, according to multiple reports. The BBC reports that police are not looking for other suspects.
Police are reportedly not ruling out the possibility it was a deliberate attack as they continue investigating.
In a December 2016 terror attack in Berlin, a van plowed into a Christmas market, leaving 12 dead.
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