A manhunt is underway after a car plowed through a heavily-crowded area in Karlshamn, Sweden, according to a report.
“The car accelerated into the group of students and teachers,” said a police spokesman. “The car increased speed and drove straight towards them. He drove into two of the students. One was injured on the wrist and possibly the other student was also injured.”
Only those two injuries have been reported.
According to the report, the crowd was made up of about 100 students accompanied by 10 teachers. The car, a dark colored Saab, was reportedly driving around 25 miles per hour when it drove into the crowd.
The police are searching for the suspect who fled on foot.
This story is developing.
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