Man shot by Norwegian police after driving into crowd with stolen ambulance

Man shot by Norwegian police after driving into crowd with stolen ambulance


At least two people were injured Tuesday in Norway’s capital city of Oslo, struck by an ambulance stolen by an armed man who was injured when police opened fire to stop him Police said those struck by the ambulance included a woman with a stroller and an elderly couple The woman and her baby were taken to a hospital. “We are in control of the ambulance that was stolen,” Oslo police tweeted “Shots were fired to stop him. He is not in critical condition.” ARGENTINA COMMUTERS RESCUE WOMAN PUSHED ONTO TRACKS IN FRONT OF ONCOMING TRAIN  A damaged ambulance is seen crashed into a building after an incident in the center of Oslo, Tuesday, Oct 22, 2019. Norwegian police opened fire on an armed man who stole an ambulance in Oslo and reportedly ran down several people (Stian Lysberg Solum/NTB scanpix via AP) Police also said that they were looking for a woman who may have been involved in the incident in north Oslo  Anders Bayer, a spokesman for Oslo University Hospital, confirmed to Norwegian news agency NTB that the ambulance was stolen by an armed person Three employees in the vehicle when it was stolen were unharmed, Bayer added. 1,000-YEAR-OLD ARROWHEAD DISCOVERED IN NORWAY  An upturned car is cordoned off by police after an incident in the center of Oslo, Tuesday, Oct 22, 2019.  (Stian Lysberg Solum/NTB scanpix via AP) The Aftenposten newspaper published a photo showing a man wearing green trousers lying next to the vehicle surrounded by police officers Another photo in the daily showed a handcuffed man, flanked by police, walking toward an ambulance stretcher  A witness told the newspaper — one of Norway’s largest — that he saw “the ambulance driving at high speed toward me and right behind a police car.” CLICK HERE FOR THE FOX NEWS APP “I heard several shots,” the witness, Omar Khatujev, told Aftenposten

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