Several killed in Copenhagen shopping mall shootingon July 3, 2022 at 7:14 pm

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A 22-year-old Danish man is arrested after the shooting at the Fields mall in the capital.

People react in front of the Fields shopping centre during evacuation by armed policeImage source, EPA

Several people have been shot in a shopping centre in the Danish capital Copenhagen, officials say.

The city’s police tweeted that “shots have been fired and several people have been hit” at the Field’s mall. “We are present in large numbers,” they said.

It is not yet clear how many people may have been killed or wounded.

All roads there and the metro line linking it to the city centre have been closed, and ambulance and fire crews have arrived.

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