BREAKING: Shooting Spree Reported At Shopping Mall in Germany: Multiple Deaths, Gunmen Still At Large UPDATE: Video Added

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A shooting has occurred at a shopping mall in Germany.

This is an ongoing situation. Multiple shooters now reported. City center and train station being evacuated.

From CNN:

Shooting reported at Munich shopping mall

The shooting at a Munich shopping mall is over, police spokeswoman Claudia Kvenzel said. Police are asking people to avoid the area. Kvenzel had no further information.

An ongoing “shooting spree” was happening early Friday evening at the Olympia-Einkaufszentrum shopping mall in the Moosach district of Munich, Germany, a police spokesperson told CNN.

The spokesperson did not give any further information.

Developing story – more to come

The Daily Mail reports multiple deaths:

BREAKING NEWS: Shooting spree at a shopping centre in Munich causes ‘multiple deaths’ as armed police hunt gunman

Shots have been fired at a shopping centre in Munich this afternoon, resulting in multiple deaths.

A major police operation has begun in the German city in what has been described as a ‘shooting spree’.

People were seen running from the shopping mall to get away from the incident after hearing gunshots.

The area around the Munich Olympia Shopping Centre in the district of Moosach has been sealed off as emergency services try to control the situation.

Reuters reports up to 15 dead.

The Metro reports a second shooting at a Metro Station.

UPDATES VIA TWITTER:

UPDATE: Video of one shooting…

Update: This was President Obama an hour before the attack…

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