Italy confirms suspect of Berlin Christmas market attack killed in Milan
Italy Interior Minister Marco Minniti told meda that Amri had been killed during a shootout with police who had stopped his car for a routine identity check at 3 am today in the Piazza I Maggio in the Sesto San Giovanni neighborhood.
Twelve people were dead and 48 were injured – 16 seriously – after a lorry was driven at 40mph through crowds at the famous Breitscheidplatz Square Christmas market at 7 pm on Monday night.
Victims including children were sent flying like bowling pins and crushed under the 25-ton HGV’s wheels. The driver jumped from the cab and disappeared from the scene.
Earlier, the Berlin police held a Pakistani asylum seeker in the aftermath of the Berlin Christmas market massacre after he accidentally jumped a red light. Later, the police made it clear that ‘wrong man’ was detained.
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