TE24 International Desk:
From Copenhagen – At least three people were killed in a shooting at a shopping center in Copenhagen on Sunday (July 3rd), Danish police said, arresting 22-year-old Dan, whose “action” is about terrorism. .. otherwise a hilarious weekend, after the first three steps in a short time
The Tour de France was a cycling race, the attack rocked Denmark. “Denmark was hit hard on Sunday night. Several people were killed. More were injured. An innocent family was shopping and eating out,” Prime Minister Mete Fredericksen said in a statement late Sunday night.
“Our beautiful, usually very safe capital has changed in moments,” he said. “We want to encourage Dance to stick with each other and support each other in this difficult time.”
Copenhagen police said armed police were sent to the capital’s Field Shopping Center to stay inside after being shot. Said, he killed those who were told. Wait for help. Local media footage showed a group of panicked shoppers running from the mall.
Police have launched a large-scale investigation into the entire Zealand region on Sunday evening, police chief Soren Thomasen told reporters, but said there was no preliminary evidence that there was another shooter.
Thomasen declined to discuss the suspect’s possible motives and whether he was known to police. As such, police say there is no evidence that there was another shooter.
A spokesman for Reuters told Reuters the capital’s main hospital, Rigspital, had received “a group of small patients” for treatment. Additional staff, including surgeons and nurses, have been added, the spokesman added.
“He shot in the crowd.”
The Danish tabloid BT has released an anonymous video footage of alleged witnesses to the attack. Mahdial-Wazni is walking around the mall with a large rifle and swaying around his shoulder.
“He looked very aggressive and was shouting a lot,” Alvazni told BT. The
Footage released by the tabloid Extra Blood shows a man being carried on a stretcher to an ambulance.
“People thought they were thieves at first, but suddenly they heard gunshots and threw themselves behind the store counter,” eyewitness Rick Lewandowski told TV2.
“He only shoots at the crowd, not at the ceiling or the floor,” he added. High-rise shopping center about 5 km south of downtown Copenhagen.
“My friend and I … all of a sudden we heard a gunshot. I heard about 10 gunshots and then rushed to the bathroom as fast as we could. We pushed about 11 people into this small toilet,” said another eyewitness, Isabella. Says
The threat of terrorism has been classified as “serious”.
The attack comes after a deadly shooting in neighboring Norway, where two people were killed by a gunman in the capital Oslo last week.
According to the latest report from Denmark’s security and intelligence services at the “general” level, the threat of terrorism against Denmark is currently identified as “serious” and the main threat comes from “radical Islamism”. This is a purpose, perhaps a plan.
In 2015, two men shot and killed a man outside a cultural center where freedom of expression was being discussed and later outside a Jewish synagogue. Located in central Copenhagen, where he last suffered a radical attack when he died and six police officers were injured.
The gunman was killed in a gunfight with police. Singer Harry-style concert, which was supposed to be too far from the shopping center in Copenhagen, was canceled Sunday night, police said.
“Our thoughts and sincere sympathies go out to the victims, their families and all those affected by the tragedy,” Queen Margaret of Denmark and Crown Prince said in a statement. Frederickson was present to commemorate the event in South Denmark hosted by the Crown Prince and the conclusion of the Tour de France.