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STOCKHOLM, Sweden (CBSMiami) — Police in Sweden say at least three people are dead and many injured after a truck barreled down a busy shopping area in Stockholm.

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Cell phone images captured the moments just after the large box truck crashed into a popular department store in central Stockholm. Smoke billowed up from the building as the dead and injured lay in a nearby street.

Witnesses saw the truck speeding down the busy street in one of the city’s major pedestrian shopping areas.

“I saw eight people get dragged over,” said one man.

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Sweden’s Prime Minister Stefan Lofven said there’s every indication that it was a terrorist attack.

Shoppers ran as emergency services rushed in. Armed police cordoned off the area and authorities shut down the subway system and locked down the Swedish pariament.

A brewery company, which owns the truck, said the vehicle was car-jacked as the driver unloaded his delivery, shortly before the crash. Police also said there were reports of shots fired about 20 minutes away from crash scene.

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The incident happened near the same area where a Swedish citizen with a suicide vest blew himself up in 2010. No one else was injured. It also comes just two weeks after a terrorist attack near London’s parliament, where a man drove his SUV across the busy Westminster Bridge, killing four people and injuring dozens more.