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DUTCH-CRANE/ACCIDENT
RTX1MWIW
August 03, 2015
One of two collapsed cranes is seen in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands August 3, 2015. Two cranes...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
One of two collapsed cranes is seen in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands
One of two collapsed cranes is seen in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands August 3, 2015. Two cranes hoisting a massive section of bridge collapsed in a western Dutch town on Monday, flattening a row of houses and injuring at least 20 people, authorities said. REUTERS/Ronald Fleurbaaij
DUTCH-CRANE/ACCIDENT
RTX1MWID
August 03, 2015
Firemen watch the debris after two cranes collapsed in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands August 3,...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
Firemen watch the debris after two cranes collapsed in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands
Firemen watch the debris after two cranes collapsed in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands August 3, 2015. Two cranes hoisting a massive section of bridge collapsed in a western Dutch town on Monday, flattening a row of houses and injuring at least 20 people, authorities said. REUTERS/Ronald Fleurbaaij
DUTCH-CRANE/ACCIDENT
RTX1MWF0
August 03, 2015
Two collapsed cranes are seen in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands August 3, 2015. Two cranes hoisting...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
Two collapsed cranes are seen in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands
Two collapsed cranes are seen in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands August 3, 2015. Two cranes hoisting a massive section of bridge collapsed in a western Dutch town on Monday, flattening a row of houses and injuring at least 20 people, authorities said. REUTERS/Ronald Fleurbaaij
DUTCH-CRANE/ACCIDENT
RTX1MWEW
August 03, 2015
Two collapsed cranes are seen in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands August 3, 2015. Two cranes hoisting...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
Two collapsed cranes are seen in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands
Two collapsed cranes are seen in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands August 3, 2015. Two cranes hoisting a massive section of bridge collapsed in a western Dutch town on Monday, flattening a row of houses and injuring at least 20 people, authorities said. REUTERS/Ronald Fleurbaaij
DUTCH-CRANE/ACCIDENT
RTX1MWEU
August 03, 2015
Two collapsed cranes are seen in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands August 3, 2015. Two cranes hoisting...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
Two collapsed cranes are seen in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands
Two collapsed cranes are seen in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands August 3, 2015. Two cranes hoisting a massive section of bridge collapsed in a western Dutch town on Monday, flattening a row of houses and injuring at least 20 people, authorities said. REUTERS/Ronald Fleurbaaij
DUTCH-CRANE/ACCIDENT
RTX1MW6X
August 03, 2015
Two collapsed cranes are seen in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands August 3, 2015.Two cranes hoisting...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
Two collapsed cranes are seen in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands
Two collapsed cranes are seen in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands August 3, 2015.Two cranes hoisting a massive section of bridge collapsed in a western Dutch town on Monday, flattening a row of houses and injuring at least 20 people, authorities said. REUTERS/Ronald Fleurbaaij
DUTCH-CRANE/ACCIDENT
RTX1MW6U
August 03, 2015
Two collapsed cranes are seen in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands August 3, 2015. Two cranes hoisting...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
Two collapsed cranes are seen in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands
Two collapsed cranes are seen in Alphen aan de Rijn, the Netherlands August 3, 2015. Two cranes hoisting a massive section of bridge collapsed in a western Dutch town on Monday, flattening a row of houses and injuring at least 20 people, authorities said. REUTERS/Ronald Fleurbaaij TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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Dutch Shopping Mall Shooting - 11 Apr 2011
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DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L2TX
April 10, 2011
People attend a service for the victims of the shooting at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
People attend a service for the victims of the shooting at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan...
People attend a service for the victims of the shooting at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. A gunman's deadly rampage through a shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of a quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage could not happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire with an automatic weapon in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he continued shooting. Six people died, including a woman of 91 and an 80-year-old man, and 17 were wounded, including two children aged six and 10-years-old. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L2TI
April 10, 2011
A woman (C) is comforted at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. A gunman's...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
A woman is comforted at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan de Rijn
A woman (C) is comforted at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. A gunman's deadly rampage through a shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of a quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage could not happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire with an automatic weapon in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he continued shooting. Six people died, including a woman of 91 and an 80-year-old man, and 17 were wounded, including two children aged six and 10-years-old. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L2TE
April 10, 2011
Two women comfort each other at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. A...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
Two women comfort each other at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan de Rijn
Two women comfort each other at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. A gunman's deadly rampage through a shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of a quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage could not happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire with an automatic weapon in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he continued shooting. Six people died, including a woman of 91 and an 80-year-old man, and 17 were wounded, including two children aged six and 10-years-old. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L2T1
April 10, 2011
People hold candles during a ceremony at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10,...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
People hold candles during a ceremony at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan de Rijn
People hold candles during a ceremony at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. A gunman's deadly rampage through a shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of a quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage could not happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire with an automatic weapon in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he continued shooting. Six people died, including a woman of 91 and an 80-year-old man, and 17 were wounded, including two children aged six and 10-years-old. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L2T0
April 10, 2011
People hold candles during a ceremony at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10,...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
People hold candles during a ceremony at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan de Rijn
People hold candles during a ceremony at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. A gunman's deadly rampage through a shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of a quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage could not happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire with an automatic weapon in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he continued shooting. Six people died, including a woman of 91 and an 80-year-old man, and 17 were wounded, including two children aged six and 10-years-old. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L2SY
April 10, 2011
People attend the service for the victims of the shooting at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
People attend the service for the victims of the shooting at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen...
People attend the service for the victims of the shooting at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. A gunman's deadly rampage through a shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of a quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage could not happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire with an automatic weapon in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he continued shooting. Six people died, including a woman of 91 and an 80-year-old man, and 17 were wounded, including two children aged six and 10-years-old. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself.
REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L2SX
April 10, 2011
Prime Minister Mark Rutte (C) and the Minister of Justice Ivo Opstelten (2nd R) look at the candles lit...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
PM Mark Rutte and Ivo Opstelten look at the candles lit at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan...
Prime Minister Mark Rutte (C) and the Minister of Justice Ivo Opstelten (2nd R) look at the candles lit at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. A gunman's deadly rampage through a shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of a quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage could not happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire with an automatic weapon in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he continued shooting. Six people died, including a woman of 91 and an 80-year-old man, and 17 were wounded, including two children aged six and 10-years-old. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself.
REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L2SR
April 10, 2011
Prime Minister Mark Rutte (3rd R), accompanied by the Minister of Justice Ivo Opstelten (2nd R) and Mayor...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
PM Rutte, accompanied by the Ivo Opstelten and Bas Eenhoorn look at the candles lit at the Ridderhof...
Prime Minister Mark Rutte (3rd R), accompanied by the Minister of Justice Ivo Opstelten (2nd R) and Mayor Bas Eenhoorn (C) look at the candles lit at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. A gunman's deadly rampage through a shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of a quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage could not happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire with an automatic weapon in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he continued shooting. Six people died, including a woman of 91 and an 80-year-old man, and 17 were wounded, including two children aged six and 10-years-old. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself.
REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L2SG
April 10, 2011
People light candles at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. A gunman's...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
People light candles at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan de Rijn
People light candles at the Ridderhof shopping centre in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. A gunman's deadly rampage through a shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of a quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage could not happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire with an automatic weapon in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he continued shooting. Six people died, including a woman of 91 and an 80-year-old man, and 17 were wounded, including two children aged six and 10-years-old. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L293
April 10, 2011
A note saying "We will never forget you, forever in our heart" accompanies the flowers laid at the shopping...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
Flowers are laid at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen aan de Rijn
A note saying "We will never forget you, forever in our heart" accompanies the flowers laid at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. The gunman's deadly rampage through the shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of the quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage couldn't happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he killed five people, most of them elderly. He wounded 17 others, one of whom died later. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L28Z
April 10, 2011
A forensics expert looks for evidence at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
A forensics expert looks for evidence at the shopping center where a lone gunman killed six people in...
A forensics expert looks for evidence at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. The gunman's deadly rampage through the shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of the quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage couldn't happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he killed five people, most of them elderly. He wounded 17 others, one of whom died later. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L28U
April 10, 2011
A forensics expert looks for evidence at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
A forensics expert looks for evidence at the shopping center where a lone gunman killed six people in...
A forensics expert looks for evidence at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. The gunman's deadly rampage through the shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of the quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage couldn't happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he killed five people, most of them elderly. He wounded 17 others, one of whom died later. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L28R
April 10, 2011
A forensics expert looks for evidence at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
A forensics expert looks for evidence at the shopping center where a lone gunman killed six people in...
A forensics expert looks for evidence at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. The gunman's deadly rampage through the shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of the quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage couldn't happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he killed five people, most of them elderly. He wounded 17 others, one of whom died later. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L28K
April 10, 2011
Timo Tasche from Germany lights candles at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
Timo Tasche from Germany lights candles at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people...
Timo Tasche from Germany lights candles at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. The gunman's deadly rampage through the shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of the quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage couldn't happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he killed five people, most of them elderly. He wounded 17 others, one of whom died later. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself. The sign reads: "Why?" (top, in German) "Why?" (in Dutch).
REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L287
April 10, 2011
A family lays flowers at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen aan de Rijn...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
A family lays flowers at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen aan de Rijn...
A family lays flowers at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. The gunman's deadly rampage through the shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of the quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage couldn't happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he killed five people, most of them elderly. He wounded 17 others, one of whom died later. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L282
April 10, 2011
A family lays flowers at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen aan de Rijn...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
A family lays flowers at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen aan de Rijn...
A family lays flowers at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. The gunman's deadly rampage through the shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of the quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage couldn't happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he killed five people, most of them elderly. He wounded 17 others, one of whom died later. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L27V
April 10, 2011
A woman (C) who witnessed the shooting at the Ridderhof shopping centre is comforted by a friend in Alphen...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
A woman who witnessed the shooting at the Ridderhof shopping centre is comforted by a friend in Alphen...
A woman (C) who witnessed the shooting at the Ridderhof shopping centre is comforted by a friend in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. A gunman's deadly rampage through the shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of the quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage couldn't happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he killed five people, most of them elderly. He wounded 17 others, one of whom died later. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L27Q
April 10, 2011
A woman who witnessed the shooting at the Ridderhof shopping centre reacts as she tells her story to...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
A woman who witnessed the shooting at the Ridderhof shopping centre reacts as she tells her story to...
A woman who witnessed the shooting at the Ridderhof shopping centre reacts as she tells her story to a bystander in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. A gunman's deadly rampage through the shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of the quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage couldn't happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into the mall, where he killed five people, most of them elderly. He wounded 17 others, one of whom died later. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L27F
April 10, 2011
A girl lights a candle at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen aan de...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
A girl lights a candle at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen aan de...
A girl lights a candle at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. The gunman's deadly rampage through the shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of the quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage couldn't happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he killed five people, most of them elderly. He wounded 17 others, one of whom died later. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L27D
April 10, 2011
People react after they laid flowers at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
People react after they laid flowers at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in...
People react after they laid flowers at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. The gunman's deadly rampage through the shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of the quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage couldn't happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he killed five people, most of them elderly. He wounded 17 others, one of whom died later. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L27A
April 10, 2011
A mother comforts her child after she laid flowers at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
A mother comforts her child after she laid flowers at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed...
A mother comforts her child after she laid flowers at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. The gunman's deadly rampage through the shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of the quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage couldn't happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he killed five people, most of them elderly. He wounded 17 others, one of whom died later. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
DUTCH-SHOOTING/
RTR2L272
April 10, 2011
Mayor Bas Eenhoorn (L) arrives at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen...
Alphen aan de Rijn, Netherlands
Mayor Eenhoorn arrives at the shopping center where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen aan de...
Mayor Bas Eenhoorn (L) arrives at the shopping centre where a lone gunman killed six people in Alphen aan de Rijn April 10, 2011. The gunman's deadly rampage through a shopping mall was met on Sunday with disbelief by residents of a quiet Dutch town who once thought such carnage couldn't happen in their country. Dressed in camouflage trousers and a bomber jacket, Tristan van der Vlis opened fire in a parking lot on Saturday and walked calmly into Ridderhof mall, where he killed five people, most of them elderly. He wounded 17 others, one of whom died later. The 24-year-old gun club member then shot and killed himself. REUTERS/Michael Kooren (NETHERLANDS - Tags: CRIME LAW)
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