Many people were injured after a powerful explosion in a bakery in central Paris wrecked cars and buildings on Saturday morning.
Witness Luke filmed the carnage and said people feared a vehicle bomb was to blame.
"Blocks away this looks like a major, major explosion that just happened". Debris from a burned auto and broken glass littered the pavement.
A Paris police spokeswoman said several injuries have been reported to police but no deaths, according to Associated Press.
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A Paris police spokeswoman said firefighters are now at the bakery on Rue Trevise in the 9th arrondissement of north-central Paris.
Firemen and police officers work at the site of an explosion in a bakery shop in the 9th District in Paris, France, January 12, 2019.
Pictures from the scene showed smashed windows and scattered debris across the street, as fire crews evacuated people from apartments above the bakery.
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