Two people have been arrested after an SUV ploughed into crowds in Melbourne, Australia.
It happened this morning, Irish time, at the city's main transport hub, Flinders Street Station.
14 people are injured including a young child. Several are in a critical condition.
Officers say they are still trying to work out the motivation of the driver and a second man who have been taken into custody.
Flinders Street Station via Google Maps
The extent of the injuries isn't yet known.
A man who owns a bakery on the street describes how the vehicle was driven at speed:
"He probably hit around 15 to 20 pedestrians. I think the car stopped because of the amount of pedestrians it had hit. All you could hear was bang, bang, bang, bang, bang."