Two people have died in a shooting in Hamburg, Germany.
It is reported that officers were called shortly before midnight local time and 28 vehicles rushed to the scene.
A spokesperson declined to comment on the event. Police have opened an investigation.
This is the second shooting in the port city this month.
On March 9th, seven people including an unborn baby died in a shooting at a Jehovah's Witness meeting hall in Hamburg.
Police believe the gunman, who took his own life after the shooting, acted alone.
His motivations are not known, but the police said the shooter had "ill feelings" towards the religious community, of which he had previously been a member.
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