Driver detained in London crash released by police

Driver detained in London crash released by police

Driver detained in London crash released by police

London Mayor Sadiq Khan released a statement on the incident, saying, "A number of people have been injured in an incident involving a auto in Exhibition Road, South Kensington".

'Enquiries have established that this incident is not terrorist related and I'd like to thank those who came to assist the injured.

Most people caught up in the crash were treated for leg and head injuries, the London Ambulance Service said.

In a statement Scotland Yard said: "Police were called at 1421 on Saturday, 7 October to reports of a collision in Exhibition Road, South Kensington".

Police have already said that the incident was not terror-related.

The man is now under arrest and is under custody at a police station in North London.

A man was detained at the scene on Saturday after a vehicle apparently mounted the pavement outside the popular tourist attraction in the South Kensington area of the United Kingdom capital. The Natural History Museum alone had 4.6m visitors a year ago, equivalent to around 12,600 on an average day. The location was cordoned off Saturday by heavily armed police, the video published on social media shows.

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The woman, who did not want to give his name, said: "When everything died down a bit, we went back to the place where he was, and saw that on the ground lay a man, whom the police hold".

Police say anyone with any information about the incident is asked to contact the Serious Collision Investigation Unit on 020 8543 5157. Police said that the injuries are minor, the BBC reported.

Police at the scene on Cromwell Gardens in London, after several people have been injured after a auto reportedly ploughed into people outside London's Natural History Museum.

Three of the attacks in London involved the use of a vehicle to plough into pedestrians. There have been five attacks described by the authorities as terrorism this year, three involving vehicles.

The Royal Albert Hall, which has heavy bollards erected outside its entrance, is also in the area.

British Prime Minister Theresa May was being updated on the incident, according to her office.

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