4 dead, 15 wounded in Stockholm attack, one arrested
Stockholm police say one person ``that can have some kind of connection'' to the beer truck attack in the city has been arrested.
Stockholm County Council says four people have been killed and 15 people have been injured, nine seriously, after a hijacked beer truck slammed into a department store.
The Swedish daily Aftonbladet reported that a man with minor injuries had been arrested and has confessed to being behind the beer truck crash.
Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven has described the crash as a terror attack.
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