A gunman has opened fire at a restaurant in the Czech Republic, killing eight people before shooting himself dead, officials say.
The man burst into the restaurant in the eastern town of Uhersky Brod around lunchtime, "shooting indiscriminately", the town's mayor Patrik Kuncar said.
The incident is not believed to be terrorism related.
Several people were injured in the attack, with one woman said to have suffered serious chest wounds.
Czech Interior Minister Milan Chovanec said the incident was the work of a "crazed individual".
The gunman has been described as a local man aged 60.
He rang the commercial channel Prima TV shortly before the attack, state television has reported.
Some 20 people were thought to have been in the restaurant at the time.
"I assume this was an isolated incident," Mr Kuncar told state television. "We have various anti-terrorist measures but we can see that, here, probably a lone shooter struck with no warning.
"I'm rattled by this event. I never would have imagined something like this happening here, in a restaurant that I know well."
Such shootings are rare, says the BBC's Rob Cameron in Prague, but with hunting a popular hobby many people in rural areas own weapons.