BERLIN (Reuters) - German federal police said they had allowed long-distance rail traffic to resume at Berlin’s Zoo train station on Sunday after firefighters extinguished a fire that caused large amounts of smoke, but local railway traffic was still halted.
A fire department spokesman told broadcaster N24 that 15 people had been rescued from the smoke-filled platform, and one was being treated for light injuries. He had no details on the cause of the fire.
Germany remains on high alert for potential Islamist attacks a year after a failed Tunisian asylum seeker killed 12 people in an attack on a Berlin Christmas market located a short distance from the Zoo train station.
Reporting by Andrea Shalal; Editing by Gareth Jones