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>> Mangled Metal lies on the ground outside a department store in central Stockholm. A somber reminder of truck plowing through a busy shopping street before crashing into the shop front on Friday afternoon. Killing four people and injuring 15 more. Swedish police increasingly confident they've arrested the suspected driver, but not ruling out the possibility of other people being involved.
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And confirming they are inspecting a device found on the truck's driver's seat. The country's Prime Minister labelling it a terror attack.>> Terrorists want us to be afraid, want us to change our behavior, want us to not live our lives normally, but that is what we're going to do.
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So, terrorists can never defeat Sweden, never.>> Sweden's borders tightened, at the Prime Minister's request, police conducting thorough checks on vehicles travelling between Sweden and Denmark, and support flowing in from around Europe. European commissioned President, Jean-Claude Juncker, stating an attack on any of our member states is an attack on us all.
00:01:05
There's been no immediate claim of responsibility and it's the latest in a string of attacks where trucks or cars have driven into crowds into Europe in the past year.