German police said four people were killed in the eastern city of Potsdam, and a woman was detained. At least one person was reported to be seriously injured.
A 51-year-old woman was detained after four people were killed in the Oberlin Clinic in Germany’s Potsdam late on Wednesday. One more person is seriously injured.
Police said the deaths were caused by “violence.” The authorities are treating the woman as a suspect.
The motives for the apparent crime were not immediately clear.
The Oberlin Clinic is a specialist center for orthopedic disorders. Mass-circulation Bild daily reported that the crime took place at the facility’s palliative care unit.