UPDATE (5:22 p.m.): Belgium is considering this to be a terrorist attack. It's also "unclear" if the suspect survived.
BREAKING: Belgian federal prosecutor says it considers the Brussels train station explosion a foiled "terror attack."— The Associated Press (@AP) June 20, 2017
BREAKING: Belgium's federal prosecutor says it is still unclear whether suspect in train station explosion has survived shooting.— The Associated Press (@AP) June 20, 2017
UPDATE (4:28 p.m.): The attacker reportedly yelled "Allahu Akbar" prior to detonating the bomb.
#UPDATE Suspect in Brussels train station blast shouted "Allahu Akbar," according to a witness— AFP news agency (@AFP) June 20, 2017
UPDATE (4:09 p.m.): Police in Belgium are looking for a second suspect. The initial bomber blew himself up when the police turned their weapons on him.
?? URGENT BELGIQUE TERRORISME— Jean-Paul Ney (@jpney) June 20, 2017
Déploiement des forces spéciales de la police pour rechercher un 2e individu.
"special police forces have been deployed to search for a 2nd individual."
UPDATE (3:40 p.m.): Miraculously, there are no injuries reported.
No reports, so far, of injuries, other than the suspect in Brussels. Will update if that changes. https://t.co/OsMWJlL30G— Micah Grimes (@MicahGrimes) June 20, 2017
UPDATE (3:29 p.m.): Police have "neutralized" a person wearing an explosive belt.
BREAKING: Police 'neutralized' person wearing explosive belt at Brussels Central Station - Belgian media pic.twitter.com/JdGPeBKBYA— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) June 20, 2017
An explosion has been reported at Brussels Central Station in Belgium. The suspect has been shot by the military and there are numerous ambulances at the scene. The station has been evacuated and train service has been suspended.
DEVELOPING: Explosion has occurred at Brussels Central Station; suspect shot by military, senior Belgian law enforcement official tells @ABC— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) June 20, 2017
Belgian Rail says traffic has been halted at Brussels central station with local media reporting there was a small blast at the station— Sky News Newsdesk (@SkyNewsBreak) June 20, 2017
This story is still developing and this piece will be updated as more information is available.