What we know so far about Stockholm truck incident
Several people have died after a truck crashed into pedestrians in Sweden this afternoon, police have confirmed.
Conflicting reports say three people have died, while others say five.
However, police have not yet confirmed the exact number.
Swedish police now say they are interviewing two people in relation to the truck attack, but they are declining to say if they are suspects.
A shocked witness told Swedish Television News they saw two people lying on the ground after the truck ploughed through the pedestrian street.
They said: "We walked past and then there are two people on the ground.
"Then the truck continued on Drottninggatan, then we did not see where it went."
Here's what we know so far:
- Shortly before 3pm, local time, a truck drown onto Stockholm's busy pedestrian street Drottninggatan and crashed into a department store.
- Emergency services are attending the scene, police have confirmed at least three people have been killed and several others were injured in the incident.
- Hundreds of people have been spotted running from the scene.
- Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven has said everything indicates that the Stockholm truck crash is "a terror attack"
- Swedish police are urging people to avoid the city centre and the subway has been shut down
- It is understood the truck may have been stolen or hijacked
- Police have conformed no one has been arrested in connection with the incident and said terrorism cannot be excluded
- Brewery company confirms that the truck was hijacked earlier today
- Police have now ordered that a central subway station be evacuated
- The Armed Forces in Sweden are currently monitoring the situation
- Police have released an image of man they wish to speak to in connection with the incident
- People are urged not to drive into the city centre
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