Two Dead After Vehicle Hits Pedestrians in German City of Trier

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    Two people died and at least 15 were injured, some seriously, when a vehicle drove into a pedestrianized zone in the center of Trier, according to the mayor of the western German city.

    Mayor Wolfram Leibe said the casualties had been caused by a “maniac driver,” and Trier police said a person had been detained and the vehicle seized.

    Investigations are continuing and authorities warned the public to avoid the area.

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