By Jon Lockett
A MASS shooting in central Lille has left ‘many wounded’ sparking fears of another European terrorist atrocity.
The shooter has reportedly fled the scene leaving several victims – including a teen – with gunshot wounds.
Reports from the scene claim armed police have sealed off roads into the city centre as they try to contain the situation.
French reports say there were several shots fired near the Porte d’Arras metro station at around 9.50pm.
It’s said a 14-year-old boy had been shot in leg and at least two others had been injured.
Two of the wounded were found at the scene, while the third made their way to a nearby hospital.
Those injured are said to have been shot several times, reports respected French news site La Voix Du Nord.
One of the victims is reported to have suffered a neck injury.
The attack comes as France remains on a high state of alert following a string of Isis terror attacks over the past two years.
The incident also comes two days after a terror attack in London.