Norway bow-and-arrow attack eyewitnesses describe reaction to the shocking scenes

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At least five people have been killed and two others injured by a man using a bow and arrows to carry out attacks in the Norwegian town of Kongsberg. Police arrested and charged a 37-year-old Danish man over the attack after he allegedly marauded through the town for 34 minutes firing randomly at victims on Wednesday evening. The killer opened fire inside a Coop Extra supermarket in the town’s west around 6:13pm local time and was detained at 6:47pm following a ‘confrontation’ with officers in which they fired warning shots. He was taken to a police station in the nearby town of Drammen for questioning and subsequently charged. The attacks took place over ‘a large area’ of Kongsberg as the suspect moved through the town, police said, and witnesses reported seeing a woman with an arrow lodged in her body several streets away from the supermarket. At least five people died and two injured victims, including an off duty policeman who was inside the grocery store, were taken to the intensive care ward of a nearby hospital in a serious but non-life threatening conditions. Police said it was thought only one person was involved in the attack and that they would investigate the ‘natural’ possibility the attack was an act of terrorism.

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2 comments

Ronbo710 October 14, 2021 - 11:44 PM

No suspect photo. Gee I wonder why.

Atreas40000 October 14, 2021 - 11:55 PM

The religion of peace.