Investigators work around a vehicle at the square where a man rammed his car into a crowd killing two and injuring several others the night before in Muenster, western Germany on April 8, 2018. Germany OUT
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Prosecutors said Sunday they still have no indication why a 48-year-old German man drove a van into a crowd of people in the western German city of Muenster, killing two and injuring 20 before shooting himself to death inside the van.All three bodies were taken from the crash scene in front of the well-known Kiepenkerl pub early Sunday night. The silver-grey van was hauled away hours later, after explosives experts had thoroughly checked it.Inside the man's apartment, which was nearby the crash scene and raided late Saturday, police found more firecrackers and a "no longer usable AK-47 machine gun".Police said some of the 20 injured persons were still in life-threatening condition, but did not release further details on their identities.
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