Two people injured in another shooting incident in Paris

Two people injured in another shooting incident in Paris
Two persons are shot and wounded south of Paris, police said. The condition is critical.

The perpetrators then took the subway to get away, TV channel BFMTV reports.

Two people, a police woman and a municipal employee, are critically injured, according to the BBC.

According to French media one suspect has been arrested. The man who shot got away.

Perpetrators were dressed in bulletproof vests, said a police source to AFP. They were armed with MP5 automatic rifles.

Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve has arrived to the scene.

The incident took place shortly after 08:00 Thursday morning. There is currently no known connection to the terrorist attack yesterday, when twelve people lost their lives as two masked persons started shooting inside the offices of Charlie Hebdo. Eleven people are wounded, the condition is critical for four of the wounded.

Updated: The police woman has died as a result of her injuries.

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