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2019-10-23T14:31:26.758Z

On Tuesday, several people were injured in Torshov in Oslo after a man drove on pedestrians with a stolen ambulance. On the same day, the Norwegian police announced that they had arrested two people, one man and one woman, for the crime.



The wild ride only lasted for minutes, but it became a drama that put Oslo on hold. This is the course of events on the ambulance creation in Torshov in Norway yesterday.

12:30 pm: Alarm arrives

The Norwegian police received an alarm about a traffic accident at the Rosenhoff residential area in Oslo. A car must have completed and landed on the roof.

Photo: Håkon Mosvold Larsen / NTB / TT

An armed man should have been seen leaving the scene of the accident and then pointing his weapon at several people. When an ambulance appeared at the scene, the man should have taken control of it and driven off at high speed.

The police then work on the theory that it was the driver of the crashed car who stole the ambulance.

The man then drove a seven-month twin in a stroller. The mother of the children, and an elderly couple, had to escape when the ambulance arrived, police say.

Two children sat in the stroller that was hit. Photo: Håkon Mosvold Larsen / NTB / TT

The children were taken to hospital, but must have been slightly injured.

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Here the stroller was hit Photo: NRK

Shooting at the ambulance

A large effort with helicopters was put into the area and students at a nearby school were allowed to stay indoors during the time.

"My husband saw a police officer push in towards the driver's seat," said witness Cathrine Hellesøy Harrisson to the Aftenposten.

The police should have fired shots at the ambulance's tire, but the perpetrator was not seriously injured, police say.

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Here, the police shoot at the ambulance

12.47am: The man is arrested

After that, the 32-year-old man was arrested. He is suspected of attempted murder and must have deliberately driven on the sidewalk to harm people.

In the ambulance, police have found a shotgun and a bullet gun, as well as what one suspects are drugs.

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Here the perpetrator is arrested Photo: NRK

The police are holding a press conference

The two suspects are Norwegian citizens and known by the police since before. According to NRK, the man has been convicted several times in the past, including threats, weapons violations, drug crimes, vandalism and theft.

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Police at the press conference: "Knows about the arrested man before"

At 16: The woman is arrested

A 25-year-old woman who is also believed to be involved in the incident was arrested at 16 at a store. The woman is suspected of gun possession.

The Norwegian security police are informed of and are investigating the incident, but at present there is no evidence of a terrorist crime.

Source: svt

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