Several people have been injured in a shooting in the central Dutch city of Utrecht on Monday morning, police said.
A man opened fire on a tram in the city centre at around 10.45 local time on Monday morning, witnesses say.
The Utrecht police said a square at a tram station outside the city centre had been cordoned off as emergency services were at the scene.
Incident: Emergency services have cordoned off a tram in Utrecht, Holland, where a man reportedly began shooting on Monday morning
Local media report that counter-terrorism police are at the scene.
‘Shooting incident… Several injured people reported. Assistance started,’ the Utrecht police Twitter account said.
‘It is a shooting incident in a tram. Several trauma helicopters have been deployed to provide help.’
Utrecht is located about 25 miles south of Amsterdam in central Holland. More updates to follow.