Terror-attack: Several dead in a massive hit in the German city of Münster.

Massive run over in the German city of Münster: there are several dead. Several dead in a massive hit in the German city of Münster.

UPDATE! The driver in the vehicle attack in Muenster, Germany, that murdered two people was a German citizen, a senior German official tells. 'Nothing points to an Islamist motivation' - region’s interior minister.

Police in #Münster says they have responded to a scene where a car drove into a crowd of people. The incident has left several people dead and injured

A car has run over a group of people in the city of Münster, in western Germany, this Saturday, killing several and injuring others, according to information from Spiegel Online.

Sky News reported that the incident occurred around the statue of Kiepenkerl in the old town.

According to official sources confirmed to the agency DPA, estimated at least three fatalities and 30 injured, but there is not yet an official figure.

German police reported several dead and wounded following an incident in the center of Münster

It is not clear if it is an attack, although other police sources of the German newspaper 'Der Spiegel' suspect that yes: it would be a terrorist attack and it is believed that the person responsible for the outrage could have been later killed by a shot.

Firefighters, ambulances, and police are now in the center of the city evaluating the situation.

The nature of the incident remains “unclear,” German police said in a Twitter post urging everyone to “avoid speculation.”

WIKI. Münster is an independent city (Kreisfreie Städte) in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is in the northern part of the state and is recognized to be the cultural center of the Westphalia region. It is also capital of the local government region Münsterland.

After the Second World War, Münster became the main station within Osnabrück Garrison, part of British Forces Germany.

Their presence was slowly reduced, yet there are still many active military bases. The last forces left Münster on 4 July 2013.

In recent years, Germany has been hit with several terror attacks.

In 2016, a 24-year-old Tunisian national Anis Amri drove a truck into people at a Christmas market in Berlin; the attack left 12 people dead and approximately 50 injured.

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