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>> Festive cheer turning to chaos in Berlin Monday night. Police now reporting at least a dozen people killed after a truck plowed through the crowd at a Christmas market. Around 50 more injured In the carnage.>> I was standing at the entrance when I heard a loud noise and was knocked down by a collapsing stand.
It knocked me flat to the ground. It was only later that I realized that there were many people next to me on the ground who weren't moving.>> German officials say, the evidence points to an attack. Police reporting they have at least one suspect in custody who had fled the scene.
But so far, no confirmed details of his nationality. They say a passenger in the truck was killed in the crash. For those left reeling at the scene, the bloodbath echoed the deadly truck attack in Nies, France this summer, claimed by Islamic State.>> I am very, very scared, because I don't know if I can feel safe any more in Berlin.
How can I feel safe, and how can you trust people, security people any longer? I cannot any more.>> Officials say they have leads the truck was stolen from Poland, but the freight company's owner insists the person behind the wheel wasn't hired by him. And that the truck's actual driver, his cousin, is innocent.
German media is reporting the suspect is a refugee who entered Germany from Afghanistan or Pakistan this year.