BREAKING: Truck PLOWS Into Berlin CHRISTMAS Market Full of Shoppers — At Least 9 Dead, Driver At Large

And yes… they are calling it Terrorism. (Developing)

ClashDaily has reported about the 12-year old that tried to bomb the Christmas Market in Ludwigshafen.

It has been reported that Germany is the main target of Islamists, despite the wide open doors to refugees.

In parts of Germany, native Germans don’t feel safe walking the streets. One politician said that the ‘streets are controlled by Muslims’.

Here’s an overhead shot of the first responders arriving on scene.

There are fears terrorists have launched an attack in Berlin after a lorry ploughed through a busy Christmas market, killing at least one person.

Several more people have been injured as they lay trapped beneath the vehicle, which sped through a crowd of shoppers.

Terrified market-goers have tweeted horrifying images from the scene of the incident which comes an hour after the Russian ambassador was shot dead in Ankara.

Horrific pictures and videos from Berlin show emergency services racing to the scene and the devastating aftermath as the lorry sped through the market.

Tourist Emma Rushton, from England, tweeted from the scene: ‘Lorry just ploughed through Christmas market in #berlin.

‘There is no road nearby. People crushed. I am safe. I am safe’.

Both the Berliner Zeitung newspaper and the Berliner Morgenpost reported the truck ran into the market outside the landmark Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church this evening.

A photo posted by the Morgenpost showed damaged tables and stalls.

The Berliner Zeitung said police believed there to be multiple injuries, but police could not immediately be reached to confirm.
Read more: Daily Mail

There are not yet any updates on the driver’s identity or whereabouts.

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