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>> German police are investigating a car ramming attack that killed a 73 year old man and injured two others in the southwestern town of Heidelberg. Police say the suspect drove into a crowd at the Bismarckplatz square before fleeing on foot. He was later shot by police while being arrested, and taken to the hospital.
Officials say there were no signs that it was a terrorist attack, though police saying they could not comment on the possible motives. German authorities have been on high alert since December, when a failed Tunisian asylum seeker drove a truck into a Christmas Market in Berlin, killing 12 people.
Authorities have not released the names of the victims or the suspect in this latest incident, which remains under investigation.