Three Killed as Truck Plows Into Stockholm Store
Three Killed as Truck Plows Into Stockholm Store

Three Killed as Truck Plows Into Stockholm Store

Three Killed as Truck Plows Into Stockholm Store

At least three people were killed and many were injured when a truck drove into a crowd in the center of Sweden’s capital Stockholm, Swedish security police said.
Body-like forms covered by blankets were seen on Drottninggatan in central Stockholm where the truck rammed into the Ahlens department, a Reuters witness said.
The incident occurred just before 1300 GMT at the corner of the department store and Drottninggatan, the city’s biggest pedestrian street, above-ground from Stockholm’s central subway station.

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