"A vehicle with French plates has tried to drive at high speed into the Meir [shopping street] so that pedestrians had to jump aside," Antwerp police chief Serge Muyters told a news conference.
"Our army colleagues forced the driver to stop but he pulled away and ran a red traffic light. We sent a special forces team and the car and the driver were stopped."
"A man in camouflage was taken away."
The car was intercepted at nearby port docks, according to the federal prosecutor's office.Read More (...)
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