The car plows into the crowd near the Berlin train station and injures at least seven people
At least seven people were injured after a car was plowed into a crowd near a train station in Germany.
According to reports, a person was trapped under the black Mercedes after it had turned off the street and met pedestrians on Berlin's Hardenbergplatz in front of Zoo station.
BILD News reported that around 55 firefighters were on site today after the incident at 7 a.m., along with police officers with explosives detection dogs.
According to the Berlin fire department, three people suffered "serious injuries" in the crash.
At least five people were injured after a car was plowed into a crowd near a train station in Germany. Pictured: The scene today
Officials walk past a car that crashed into a group of seven people at the Zoo Zoo train station in Berlin
It was added on Twitter that one person was resuscitated on site and two rescue helicopters were used to help.
A statement says: “For reasons that have not yet been clarified, a car got off the road and drove onto the sidewalk.
Seven people were injured, three of them seriously. One person had to be resuscitated.
"Many of those affected are cared for in a pastoral manner."
The driver was arrested at the scene after being arrested by security forces, the police confirmed.