Australian police arrest two suspects over Melbourne car attack

Police say 14 people have been injured, several critically, in what is believed to be a deliberate attack. It is not clear yet what the motive was.

    Australian police have arrested two people in connection with a car attack in Melbourne on Thursday, where an SUV crashed into pedestrians.

    Police say 14 people were injured, several critically, in what is believed to be a deliberate attack.

    It is not clear yet what the motive was.

    Witnesses describe how the car showed no signs of slowing down.

     

    Al Jazeera's Hannah Hoexter has more.


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