German authorities say a vehicle rammed into pedestrians in Berlin on Wednesday, reportedly injuring several people.
Berlin police spokesman Martin Dams said the incident took place near the popular Kurfürstendamm shopping boulevard in the west of the German capital.
He said the suspected driver of the vehicle was arrested. It was unclear whether the incident was the result of an accident or whether the driver deliberately drove into the crowd, Dams said.
He could not immediately confirm a report from the public broadcaster RBB that at least ten people were injured.