The car makes its way through the crowds near Berlin train station injuring at least seven people
- Three were seriously injured after the black Mercedes crashed into the crowd in Berlin
- A person was reportedly trapped under the car and revived
- The driver was arrested by the security forces and arrested, police told BILD News
At least seven people were injured after a car hit a crowd near a train station Germany.
A person was reportedly trapped under the black Mercedes after it deviated from the road and hit pedestrians BerlinHardenbergplatz, outside the Zoo Bahnhof station.
Three people suffered serious injuries in the accident, according to Berlin firefighters.
At least five people were injured after a car hit a crowd of people near a train station in Germany. Pictured: the scene today
Officials drive past a car that crashed into a group of seven at the Bahnhof Zoo railway station in Berlin, Germany
He added chirping that person was revived on the scene and two rescue helicopters were deployed to help.
A statement said: ‘For reasons not yet clear, a car got off the road and drove on the sidewalk.
Seven people were injured, three of whom were seriously injured. One person had to be revived. Many of those affected are cared for in a pastoral way. ‘
The driver was arrested on the scene after being arrested by security forces, police told BILD News.
A spokesman added that they believe the man lost control of his vehicle while turning left from Hardenbergstraße at excessive speed.
Police secured the area after a car crashed into a group of seven at the Bahnhof Zoo train station in Berlin
The motorist reportedly turned onto the busy Charlottenburg street before crossing a traffic light and crashing onto the sidewalk.
The force added that there is currently no evidence that the incident was “politically or religiously motivated” Mirror reported.
An investigation into the accident is ongoing.