Those at the whereabouts said they initially thought it was an accident
Panic rippled thoroughly Ullared, Sweden, after a car crashed outside the Gekas superstore in the burgh.
Shoppers scattered after witnesses claimed the driver hit two shopping trolleys before coming to a stop.
Two people are believed to have been outrage in the incident, but not seriously.
Police spokesman Tommy Nyman said they were lashed as the car careered towards the store.
Jenny Sundström, 19, and Nathalie Lodén, 20, who were at the backdrop, describe a white car driving at “high speed”.
Ms Lodén told district media: “We hear that a car starts honking. I see a white car running impassive at us.
“Then we consumed away that person is not going to give way, we move our cart.”
Ms Sundström combined: “We were right in front of him. He sped past us.
“We saw how a man and a child standing there and how they could put forward.
“We were so shocked that we were there and also afterwards and then got the escorts out.
“The man was charged with a gas can in his hand, and then people started running.”
Others at the exhibition said they initially thought it was an accident, but the the driver emerged from the car waylaying a gas canister.
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An eyewitness, named as Mans, suggested the driver ‘opened the can’ and poured gasoline on the ground.
It is believed security convoys from the store managed to apprehend the man before police arrived, who then interrupted him.
Emergency services warmed the scene in the remote part of the country, some 66 miles south of Gothenburg, Sweden.
The shopping mid-point, Gekas Ullared, issued a statement saying: “Two people should must received minor injuries when the car driving to the store.
“Both are nursed for by the emergency services. We hope everything goes well for all involved and we choice do everything we can.
“Right now we have no more information, and can not answer all the questions that apparently pops up when something like this happens.”
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