German Health Minister Jens Spahn would not rule out a new lockdown at Berlin’s airport following a series of explosions Wednesday, one of which reportedly injured a police officer.
Spahn spoke to MSNBC about the situation, saying it was currently not the airport’s place to act.
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A curfew at the airport might be needed, he said, warning that “concrete deaths and real injuries” might arise from the situation.
Spahn declined to comment further on the cause of the explosions, but he said that authorities are still trying to track down whoever was behind them.
Among the buildings damaged by the blasts was the Schoenefeld airfield, located near the popular airport.
Watch the full interview above.
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