A racing car is said to have been run into the public during an award ceremony at an autocross Sunday in Leende (Noord-Brabant). According to the East Brabant police, four people were injured. Two suspects have been arrested. It is about the male driver of the car and a woman.
According to the police, the cause of the incident was a fight that got out of hand. Agents had to form a line to keep the public at bay.
Emergency services were en masse on site and the wounded were taken to the hospital. The traffic accident service of the police has started an investigation into the "exact circumstances".
The Brabant village of Leende is located southeast of Eindhoven.
Ambulance personnel and police officers are en masse on the spot. (Photo: Pro Shots)