Car ‘crazy’ rushed into the crowd attending the auto show in the Norwegian capital
Police work at the scene of a car crash at the Oslo auto show, Norway, April 24 – Photo: REUTERS
Initially, police said on Twitter that six victims had been taken to the hospital, but later said the number of injured could be higher because many people went to the hospital on their own.
In addition, there was at least one serious injury. The condition of the other patients has not been disclosed at this time.
“Six people have been taken to hospital for examination. We are still working at the scene to gather information from witnesses,” Oslo Police said on Twitter.
Norway’s NRK radio quoted Thomas Broberg, a policeman at the scene, as saying the accident happened at around 6:19 pm (local time) on April 24. The cause of the incident has not been disclosed.
According to AFP news agency, the driver appeared to have lost control of the vehicle before plunging into the crowd. Authorities detained the driver of the vehicle to investigate the cause of the accident.
The incident took place at a car show held near the racecourse in Bjerkebanen, Oslo, Norway – Photo: REUTERS
At least one person was seriously injured in the incident – Photo: REUTERS
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