The Train Station in Italy’s Milan, nearby where the suspect of Monday’s terror attack at a Christmas market in Berlin was shot dead, returned to normal.

The site of the shootout has been cleared and the surrounding public transportation, including Subways and Buses, have reopened.

The Tunisian suspect, Anis Amri, was killed during an exchange of fire with police near the train station.

According to the Milan anti-terrorism police task force, Amri arrived in Italy via France.

Amri drove a truck into a Christmas market in Berlin on Monday, leaving 12 dead and dozens of other injured.