Shots fired outside Berlin store, four injured, one arrested -media

BERLIN (Reuters) -Shots were fired in a violent clash at a store car park in northern Berlin on Friday, leaving four people injured, the Berliner Zeitung reported.

One person was subsequently arrested, the newspaper added later.

The injured included three men and a woman, local media reported, adding that police had questioned eyewitnesses and cordoned off the area.

Of the injured, one person was stabbed with a knife, another suffered a gunshot wound, and a third suffered a head injury in a fight in the car park of a DIY store in Berlin's Wedding district, the Berliner Zeitung added.

(Writing by Paul CarrelEditing by Chris Reese, Steve Orlofsky and Nick Zieminski)

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