Several people were wounded in Kreuzberg district of Berlin on Saturday morning in undisclosed circumstance, suspects at large, Police in Germany told media.
Police have said four people were injured in the incident, armed police officers were searching the area, located near the German Social Democratic Party, on foot, and by choppers.
Three injured were found in a driveway and the fourth victim was pulled from a canal in the area, suffering from a leg injury.
The area was cordoned by the police, the search is ongoing to find the perpetrators or maybe one individual involved in the crime.
Police have not disclosed any detailed information on the violence or who might have fired the shots, due to not hampering the ongoing investigations.
According to German media, most recently 10 men attacked a car and a ground floor flat after a 29-year-old person was shot dead in Kreuzberg.
This comes as an explosion rocked downtown Nashville, in Tennessee, United States, injuring at least three people and damaging dozens of buildings, the blast is believed ‘intentional act’, according to the authorities.
Prior to the blast police had responded to a call of shots fired in the area, but came upon RV type vehicle parked in front of the AT&T building at 166 2nd Avenue North.
As the bomb squad was responding the RV exploded at around 6 a.m on Friday morning. Media reports three people were mildly injured and have been taken to hospital.
Investigations are ongoing in regards to the incident, US Media.