Three people were shot dead when at a Jewish museum in Brussels Saturday.
The attacker is still at large.
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At least three people were killed in a shooting in central Brussels at the city’s Jewish museum on Saturday, local media reported, quoting a fire brigade official.
The suspect is still at large.
At least four people, three men and a woman, were caught up in the attack, Brussels mayor Yvan Mayeur told RTBF, a Belgian broadcasting company, from the scene. A number of ambulances were at the scene.
According to the reports, at least one man came out of a car parked near the entrance to the museum and started shooting, and then fled the scence. An eye witness told RTBF that at least six shots were fired.
Four people were killed in the attack.