Three people were reportedly injured on Monday afternoon during a knife attack inside a metro station in Brussels, located right below the headquarters of the European Commission.
A call was made to firefighters at 17:48 requesting two ambulances, a spokesperson told Euronews.
Two people were taken to the hospital while one woman, who appeared to be slightly injured, was given a blanket, according to a Euronews reporter on the ground.
The attacker was arrested by Belgian police.
A witness told Euronews the assault unfolded inside a metro car when the attacker stabbed a woman with a knife and asked passengers to exit.
The police did not immediately provide more details about the incident.
Police cars and ambulances surrounded the area and traffic was cut while the Schuman metro station was closed to the public, STIB-MIVB, the city’s public transport company, confirmed.
Source: Euro News