Pedestrians Injured in London Vehicle Incident

Randolph Lopez
October 9, 2017

Eleven people were injured after the vehicle mounted the kerb outside the museum in South Kensington, central London, on Saturday.

Police said that while they are on high alert for terrorist activity, the incident was "not terror related".

A statement issued by the London Police said its officers were on the scene and that London Ambulance Service had been called.

A 47-year-old man was arrested at the scene on suspicion of unsafe driving and was taken to hospital for treatment, along with eight other people.

A man was detained at the scene, police said. "Enquiries to establish the circumstances are underway", the statement said.

The accident at 2:20 p.m. outside the popular Natural History Museum in the heart of central London brought a very big police response, including helicopters and hazardous area response teams, because of terrorist concerns.

No one is believed to have life-threatening or life-changing injuries.

"When it calmed down we walked back to where we'd been and saw a gentleman on the floor being restrained by police".

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Shortly after the crash, Prime Minister Theresa May tweeted: "My thanks to the first responders at this incident this afternoon and the actions of members of the public".

The incident happened around 2.20pm London time (10:20pm WA time) in Exhibition Rd, South Kensington.

The Natural History Museum is in the busy area of South Kensington, popular among the city's residents and tourists.

Isis has advised supporters on how to carry out deadly vehicle rammings while intensifying calls for global terror attacks, as it continues to lose territory in Syria and Iraq. A witness said there were large numbers of police and paramedics at the scene although the atmosphere appeared calm.

Britain has been on a "severe" terrorist threat level indicating that the Joint Terrorism Analysis Center believes an attack is viewed as highly likely.

The Victoria and Albert Museum and Harrods are close by.

Eleven people were treated at the scene, mostly for leg and head injuries and nine were transported to a hospital, according to London Ambulance service. Masood acted alone, police said, but may have been inspired by ISIS.

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