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Danish Lisa trapped under the terrorist attack

It is the middle of the night, as the Extra Magazine captures the 54-year-old Lisa Hein Ruggaard on the way to the airport in New Zealand.

The past day has really been dramatic for the dane, who together with a friend and suddenly found themselves in the middle of the bloody terrorist attacks that Friday afternoon local time killed at least 49 people lost their lives in the city of Christchurch.

She tells how panic broke out, like the friends sat to the right at a restaurant in the city's botanical garden - just a few hundred metres from the Al Noor mosque, where a 28-year-old australian citizen opened fire during the islamic.

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Around at 13.40 local time, went the alleged perpetrator Brenton Tarrant heavily armed into the Al Noor mosque. Not long after reaching the news of the attack arrived to the restaurant, where Lisa Hein Ruggaard sat and had lunch.

Suddenly came the owner of the restaurant, and told us that there was a shooting, so we had to come inside. We did not want to, because the weather was so nice. But we went anyway, when he came out the second time to fetch us, she says to Ekstra Bladet.

- We thought that the garden was closed down by the authorities, but we were told that it was not, therefore we went for a walk through the garden. Then we could suddenly hear sirens and helicopters in the vicinity. It sounded pretty wild, but we saw no police officers, she explains.

Still not aware of the gravity of the situation, went the two friends towards a shopping mall, where Lisa Hein Ruggaard would use the toilet, but when they reached the main entrance, so the fear painted in the faces of the guests, who were staying on the other side of the pane.

- We could see that all of the saved. There was no one in the vicinity of the windows, so we had to knock on to get them to let us in. They were completely shocked that we walked around outside. We may not leave the center, so we were caught in a lockdown in one and a half hour's time, says the 54-year-old dane.

They went subsequently directly back to the hostel, where they were accommodated. In the television, they could follow in the terrorist attack, which occurred close to them in some hours beforehand. It made a great impression on Lisa Hein Ruggaard.

- It is terrible what has happened. As we sat inside the center, people were completely shaken, and there were rumors that the perpetrator ran around out in the botanical gardens, where we had gone, she says.

we do not know if this is true, and I think it is tremendously to keep everyone indoors, but of course I can see now that it certainly was necessary, because the police were looking for a terrorist, " continues Lisa Hein Ruggaard.

on Saturday morning local time, the tour goes on to Singapore for Lisa Hein Ruggaard, who has taken a leave of absence from the job to travel around Asia.

OVERVIEW: What do we know about the attack in New Zealand

An armed person entered a mosque in the city of Christchurch in New Zealand and has killed and injured several people. Also another mosque in the city is hit by a skudangreb.

Here is what we tentatively know about the attacks:

* the Number of people killed in the two attacks is increased to 49. It says rigspolitichef Mike Bush at a news conference Friday.

* 41 of the victims were killed in the mosque of Masjid al Noor in the central part of Christchurch. Seven others were shot and killed in the mosque Linwood Ave - three of them outside the building. The last victim died at the hospital.

* 20 persons are badly injured, writes the BBC.

* Four people are in police custody, informs rigspolitichef Mike Bush. The police will not exclude the possibility that there are multiple perpetrators. There are three men and a woman.

* One of the alleged perpetrators is an australian citizen.

* Around the clock 13.40 local time, an armed man into the al Noor mosque in central Christchurch and opened fire.

* Around 300 people had gathered for Friday prayer.

* A video circulating on the network with footage of the shooting. The police urge everyone to not to share the video.

* It was the alleged perpetrator himself, who recorded the video live on Facebook. Facebook took the request from the new zealand police immediately the video down, writes the Daily Mail.

* in Addition, the suspected person accounts on Facebook and Instagram closed.

* According to the Radio New Zealand has the alleged perpetrator, who is 28 years old, also posted a supposedly right-wing extremist manifesto on the web.

* Police have confirmed to the british newspaper the Guardian, which has a reporter on site that there was a bomb in a car that crashed about three kilometres from the al Noor mosque.

* Prime minister Jacinda Ardern describes as 'one of the darkest days in New Zealand's history' and 'that it can only be described as a terrorist attack'.

* the prime minister is located in the city of New Plymouth, but on the way back to Wellington to hold crisis meeting in the government.

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