The news of firing has come to light in Oslo, the capital of Norway. So far two people have died in this firing. At the same time, many people are also said to be badly injured. Norway Police have given this information. The Oslo Police Department said in a tweet, 'Two people have been confirmed dead.' Around 14 people were taken to hospital, many of whom were seriously injured, police said.
According to Norwegian police, the shooting took place at a popular London pub in Oslo. This club is very popular among gays. According to local media, a suspect has been arrested from near the spot. However, the reason for the attack is yet to be ascertained. Significantly, a Pride Parade is to be organized in Oslo on Saturday itself to show solidarity with homosexuals. Just before this such incident has created a stir in the area. Police have also tightened security arrangements in the entire city. The national newspaper in Norway, VG, reported that 'people present at the scene said people fled the scene out of panic'.
Around 14 people were taken to hospital, many of whom were seriously injured, police said. Photos published by the newspaper VG, broadcaster NRK and others showed a large crowd of emergency responders, including police and ambulance personnel, outside a London pub. Helicopters hovered over central Oslo, while ambulances and police car sirens were heard across the city. Oslo University Hospital said it was on red alert after the shooting. The police have cordoned off the entire area. At present, the police is collecting information about the incident of firing.