Shots were fired on Friday night from in the Lange Beeldekensstraat, north of Antwerp, local police confirmed.
Emergency services received a report around 02:30, police spokesperson Willem Migom said early on Saturday morning. A forensics lab is attending the scene.
Several incidents have taken place in the diamond city in recent weeks, potentially linked to the criminal drug world. Shots were already fired on Wednesday night in the district of the central station.
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On Tuesday evening, a man had been seriously injured by gunfire in Hoboken, while another had been killed the day before on De Coninckplein.