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Three Killed After Truck Rams Into Department Store in Sweden

Three Killed After Truck Rams Into Department Store in Sweden

Source: Twitter

At least three people have been killed and others injured after a truck drove into people outside a department store in Stockholm, Sweden.

According to initial reports, shots were fired after the truck crashed into the department store in central Stockholm.

Live footage shows a small fire had started as a result of the truck ramming into the department store. Prime Minister Stefan Löfven has declared the attack as a terrorist one.

In March, a vehicle rammed into pedestrians on the Westminster Bridge in London, killing five people and injuring dozens. There have been a number of vehicle attacks by ISIS-inspired terrorists in the past year, including attacks in France, Germany, and the United States.

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