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Several people have been injured after a car ploughed into pedestrians before smashing into a concrete wall at Amsterdam’s central train station.

Police have put a huge cordon in place around the train station. 

The incident happened at about 9pm local time after the car drove into a pedestrian area.

It’s believed the car hit a wall outside Amsterdam’s central train station after ploughing into the crowd.

It is currently not known how many people have been injured or how serious they are. 

The driver was arrested shortly after the incident

Police have not confirmed if the incident is terror related.  

More details to follow. 

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