Vehicle mounts pavement outside London museum, according to reports

Erika Holt
October 7, 2017

Local media says a auto reportedly plowed into pedestrians.

A man has been arrested amid reports that a auto mounted the pavement near the Natural History Museum in London.

A police statement released shortly after the incident stated the force had been called at 1421 and that they believed "a number of pedestrians have been injured".

"A man has been arrested at the scene".

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Photographs showed at least four police cars and a number of ambulances parked on Exhibition Road, outside the museum, as officers dealt with the incident.

The museum said there had been a serious incident outside and it was working with police. Enquiries to establish the circumstances and motive are underway.

A auto has been involved in a collision near the Natural History and Victoria & Albert museums in London, according to police.

London, like other major European cities, is on high alert after vehicle, van and truck ram attacks in Nice, London, Berlin and Stockholm in recent months.

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