A train station in Brussels was evacuated on Tuesday following reports of an explosion.
Authorities said they “neutralized” a suspect who was wearing an explosive belt in Brussels Central station, according to several news outlets. The suspect’s identity and condition are unknown.
Grand Place, the Belgian capital’s main square and a major tourist site 200 meters away from the station, was also evacuated, according to the Associated Press.
There have been no reports of injuries, and police told NBC News that the situation is under control.
This story is developing.