BERLIN – The Latest on the vehicle that has crashed into a crowd in the German city of Muenster (all times local):
A spokeswoman for German Chancellor Angela Merkel says "our thoughts are with the victims and their families" who were killed and injured when a vehicle crashed into a crowd in the western German city of Muenster.
Spokeswoman Ulrike Demmer on Twitter called the crash Saturday "terrible news."
Police in Muenster say a vehicle crashed into a crowd in front of a pub in the city's historic downtown area, killing and injuring people before the driver killed himself.
The German news agency dpa reports that a large-scale police operation is underway and that much of the area is cordoned off to the public.
Police in the western German city of Muenster say a vehicle has crashed into a crowd there, killing several people and injuring others.
The German news agency dpa has quoted police as saying the driver of that car in Muenster has killed himself.
Police tweeted Saturday afternoon that residents should "avoid the area near the Kiepenkerl pub" where a large-scale police operation is underway. Kiepenkerl is a popular bar in the city's historic downtown area.
Further details about the crash were not immediately available.