US News Police release man after car mounts pavement

14:16  08 october  2017
14:16  08 october  2017 Source:   news.sky.com

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Police cordon off the area near London's Natural History Museum © Other Police cordon off the area near London's Natural History Museum

A 47-year-old man arrested after a car collided with pedestrians has been released "under investigation", Scotland Yard said.

Eleven people were injured after the vehicle mounted the pavement outside the Natural History Museum on Saturday afternoon.

Collision at scene: Pic: Stefano Sutter © Sky News Screen Grab Collision at scene: Pic: Stefano Sutter The arrested man was among nine people taken to hospital for treatment, police said.

He was arrested at the scene in west London on suspicion of dangerous driving.

After going to hospital he was taken to a north London police station, Scotland Yard said.

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Two men got out of one car and took one man from the other. That’s all I saw.” Police stand guard in Exhibition Road, South Kensington, after a car crash left 2/10. Police officers stand next to a person with a bandaged ankle near the Natural History Museum after a car mounted the pavement .

Eleven people were injured after the vehicle mounted the pavement outside the Natural History Museum on Saturday afternoon. On Sunday morning police said the man "was released under investigation while enquiries continue".

On Sunday morning police said the man "was released under investigation while enquiries continue".

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

Most of those taken to hospital had been released and there were no serious injuries.

Detectives are appealing for information from the public about the collision.

"We would ask anybody who saw what happened, or who have any pictures or moving footage that could help us gain a greater understanding of what happened, to get in touch with us," said Darren Case from the Roads and Transport Policing Command.

:: Anyone with any information is asked to contact the Serious Collision Investigation Unit at Merton Traffic Garage on 020 8543 5157 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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