Shooting in central Vienna kills two, injures 15, investigates terrorism

Shooting in central Vienna kills two, injures 15, investigates terrorism November 3 at 11:54 a.m.

A shooting in the heart of the Austrian capital Vienna killed two people, according to police and the city.
Austrian Prime Minister Kurz strongly condemned the incident, showing his view of it as a well-prepared terrorist attack, and said it had not yet converged and called on citizens to be on alert.
In Austria, around 8 p.m. local time, around 4 a.m. japan time, there was a shooting in a downtown area where restaurants and other restaurants gathered in the center of the capital Vienna.

According to announcements by police in Vienna, shootings and other shootings occurred at six locations in the city, killing one person and injuring 15 others, including police officers.

In addition, the mayor of Vienna revealed to local public broadcasting that one new person had died.

In addition, one of the suspects was shot dead by a police officer, and the mayor says the suspect was armed with multiple guns and cutlery.

Prime Minister Kurz strongly condemned the incident on local public broadcasts, expressed his condolences to those who were killed, and said he was “currently investigating, but very well prepared and clearly a terrorist attack” and revealed that he was conducting an investigation in what he saw as terrorism.

In addition, Prime Minister Kurz has called on the public to be on the lookout for suspects who are still on the run.

The site is about 500 metres away from St. Paul’s Cathedral, Vienna’s leading tourist destination, and local television stations show how many civilians flee near the site and a man with a gun is running along the road.

According to the Japanese Embassy in Japan, there is no information so far that a Japanese person was injured in this shooting.