Belgian police arrest man who tried to drive into crowd in Antwerp
- Belgian police have arrested a man after he tried to drive into a crowd at high speed in a shopping area of Antwerp, the city's police chief said.
At 11am a car drove at pedestrians walking along the Meir, Antwerp's largest shopping street, and "people had to jump to the side" to avoid the vehicle, said Serge Muyters, the Antwerp police chief.
Muyters said the suspect was a man of north African origin, who was wearing a camouflage uniform.
Belgian prosecutors said the arrested man was a French national who lived in France.(Excerpt) Read more at: theguardian.com ...
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