Truck rams pedestrians in Swedish capital

Updated 5:28 PM ET, Thu April 13, 2017
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Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Lofven visits the scene of a suspected terror attack on Saturday, April 8. A day earlier, a truck crashed in front of a Stockholm department store, killing four people and injuring more than a dozen others. Michael Campanella/Getty Images
The scene of the attack in Stockholm. Michael Campanella/Getty Images
A woman cries after placing flowers at a makeshift memorial outside the department store in Stockholm. ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images
A police officer stands guard at the site of the attack. JONATHAN NACKSTRAND/AFP/Getty Images
A woman tosses a flower onto the memorial in central Stockholm. Markus Schreiber/AP
Authorities work at the scene of the attack on Friday, April 7. JONATHAN NACKSTRAND/AFP/Getty Images
A medical responder moves through the scene of the attack. Rex Features via AP Images
Police respond to the scene of the attack. Ibl/Rex Shutterstock via ZUMA Press
A couple embrace after the incident. Anders Wiklund/ TT News Agency via AP
People check on an injured person. Rex Features via AP Images
Police officers secure the area outside the Stockholm Central train station. Parliament and the Stockholm subway were placed on lockdown. JESSICA GOW/AFP/Getty Images
An injured person is put in an ambulance. FREDRIK SANDBERG/AFP/Getty Images
A police officer stands guard near the scene of the attack. Johan Jeppsson/IBL via ZUMA Press
Onlookers at the scene were stunned and distraught. IBL/REX/Shutterstock/AP
Local media reported that the truck was hijacked as it made a delivery nearby. Eyewitnesses said it barreled down Drottninggatan (Queen Street) before it crashed into the front of a department store. ANDREAS SCHYMAN/AFP/Getty Images
Security services launched an investigation into who was involved in carrying out the attack. Noella Johansson/TT News Agency via AP