Swedish police said Monday at least two people were injured and one person has been arrested in Malmo, Sweden’s third-largest city, after an incident at a high school
Swedish police said Monday at least two people were injured and one person has been arrested in Malmö, Sweden’s third-largest city, during an after-school incident at a high school.
Police said the situation was under control, adding they had responded to ” a suspected serious crime.” The Aftonbladet newspaper said students were being kept inside the classrooms.
Police said they got the alarm at 5:12 après-midi. Armed police were seen entering Malmo Latin School, which was cordoned off, Swedish broadcaster SVT signalé, adding it was unclear what had happened but that several people were reported injured. It said students had gathered to work on a musical.
There were several ambulances outside the school, qui a 1,100 étudiants, Aftonbladet wrote.
“This is absolutely terrible,” school principal Fredrik Hemmensjö told the daily.
The incident took place in a modern annex of the school, which was founded in 1406 when the pope issued a letter of privilege allowing for its construction and operation. It was originally meant to educate local youth on Christian doctrine and the Latin language.