Woman is killed after a man, 35, deliberately rams a stolen van into pedestrians at two bus stations in Marseille


A woman has died and another person is injured after an man deliberately drove a stolen van into two bus stops during morning rush hour in Marseille, southern France.
A man was injured in the first crash, which took place at around 8am, and a 42-year-old woman was killed in the second, about one hour later. 
The suspect, a 35-year-old man, fled both scenes, and was later arrested in the city's Old Port area.
Another person was also injured, according to police. "At the moment we have no information on the motives of this individual," a police source told Reuters.
The man was known to police for minor crimes and had psychological issues, according to the source. David-Olivier Reverdy of the Alliance police union said the incident is not believed to be terrorism-related but “given the times” it cannot be ruled out as a motive.
The bus shelters involved were five kilometres (three miles) apart, according to Reverdy, who said the van used in the incident was a Renault Master.
Images taken along Quai de Rive Neuve show armed police at the scene.
Video from the scene shows a white van stopped by police with armed guards on the scene.
One witness to the second collision provided the license plate of the vehicle to police, enabling them to find and stop it shortly afterwards, reported BFM-TV.
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