After the rampage of a 29-year-old near Berlin’s Breitscheidplatz, horror and sympathy are great. A teacher from Hesse was killed. 29 people, including many students, were injured, some critically. The background of the fact is still unclear. Current developments and reactions here in the live blog.

Berlin’s Interior Senator Iris Spranger (SPD) expressed her condolences to the victims and relatives of the rampage on Tauentzienstrasse. “My thoughts are with the killed teacher and her family. You have our sincere condolences and sympathy,” said Spranger in the plenary session of the House of Representatives on Thursday. “We stand by their side and do everything we can for their relatives and families.” The act shook them deeply, said Spranger. “I hardly slept a wink tonight, as did many.”

Spranger explained that according to the current status, there was one dead person – the teacher of a Hessian school class – and 29 injured, 14 of them schoolchildren, seven of whom were currently being treated in hospital. A teacher in the class was also in the hospital with serious injuries. There are also 14 other people injured, some of them life-threatening.

On Wednesday evening, the police searched the suspect’s apartment and the murder vehicle. In addition, the suspect’s mobile phone is being examined, Spranger said.

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A final trip by the Kaulbach School in Hesse ends tragically with a man driving amok in Berlin. Those returning home must be cared for.

After the death drive near Berlin’s Breitscheidplatz, the sympathy is enormous.