22 people suffered in the terror act in Vienna. Interior Minister Karl Nehammer reported that on the air of Welt TV channel. Interfax news channel cited him.
According to the official, a policeman was among the wounded. He had a successful surgery and is now stable. Nehammer specified that the law enforcer comes from the family of migrants. "We will not tolerate terror. Terrorists cannot drive a wedge between us", he claimed.
Nehammer praised the locals who sent the police some 20,000 videos filmed during the terror act: "We monitored 50 percent of the material... No evidence of the second criminal's involvement was wound", he said.
Currently, 18 houses were searches in Vienna and Lower Austria. 14 people from the attacker's circle are under temporary arrest, and the police interrogate them.
On November 2, in the Austrian capital Vienna, at Seitenstettengasse, in downtown, about 08:00 p.m., at local time, the terrorist attack on the synagogue was committed – the explosion occurred and the shooting between the criminals and police officers took place. During the incident, two people died – a passer-by and a police officer. According to the local mass media, seven affected are severely injured, including a police officer.
The Austrian authorities confirmed the death of five people, including the suspect in the attack shot by the law enforcer.
Law enforcers continue searching for other criminals. Chancellor of Austria Sebastian Kurz considered the attack as a terrorist act.