Munich shooting: Entire medical staff of hospitals called to work
Exact number of victims of gunfire is unknown
All the medical staff of hospitals in Munich was called to work after unknown persons opened fire in one of the largest shopping centers in the city, TASS reports.
According to the TV channel N24 the main railway stations in Munich were evacuated soon after the shooting.
Meanwhile, the exact number of victims of the gunfire is unknown.
At least one person has been killed and ten are injured in a shooting at a shopping centre in the German city of Munich. A Munich police spokesman says witnesses have reported seeing three shooters with "long guns" who attacked a McDonald's in a city mall. Munich police are hunting the suspects but no one is in custody yet. All trains, trams, buses and subways in the city have been shut down during the police operation, and police have urged residents to stay indoors.
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