London car crash 'not terror-related', police say
London [UK], October 08 (ANI): The Metropolitan Police have confirmed that Saturday's car crash that took place outside London's popular Natural History Museum, which injured at least 11 persons, was a road traffic accident and not terrorist-related.
The Police, in a tweet, said, "The incident in Exhibition Road, South Kensington earlier is not being treated as a terror-related incident. It is a road traffic collision."
At least 11 persons were injured in the road collision.
Nine out of the eleven injured have been taken to the hospital.
London Ambulance Service, in a statement, stated, "We treated 11 patients, mostly for head and leg injuries, and took nine of them to the hospital."
However, none of their injuries are believed to be life threatening.
One person has been arrested following the accident who has not yet been charged with any offence. (ANI)
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