A vehicle drove into a crowd of people in western Berlin on Wednesday, killing one person, mass-selling daily Bild reported.
A spokesperson for the German capital’s fire service told Reuters around 30 people were injured.
“A man is believed to have driven into a group of people. It is not yet known whether it was an accident or a deliberate act,” police said, adding that he was being held at the scene.
Meanwhile, police spokesperson Martin Dams said the incident happened near the popular Kurfuerstendamm shopping boulevard in the west of the German capital.
He said the suspected driver of the vehicle was stopped. It was unclear whether the incident was the result of an accident or whether the driver had intentionally driven into the crowd, Dams said.
He could not immediately confirm a report by public broadcaster RBB that at least 10 people had been injured.
The incident took place near the scene of a fatal attack on Dec. 19, 2016, when Anis Amri, a failed Tunisian asylum-seeker with militant links, hijacked a truck, killed the driver and then plowed it into a crowded western Berlin Christmas market , killing 11 more people and injuring dozens of others.