A man arrested after his auto ploughed into pedestrians in London's museum district, injuring 11 people and sparking fears of a terror attack, was released from custody on Sunday (Oct 8), police said.
A BBC reporter who was leaving the Natural History Museum as the incident occurred said that she saw a vehicle diagonally come across the road looking like it was going into one of the boulders on the side of the road.
Near Natural history Museum in Central London, a auto drove onto the sidewalk, the incident resulted in several people injured.
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". She said police on the scene confirmed most injuries were not life-threatening.
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The fiance of singer Pixie Lott, Oliver Cheshire, was one of those who held down the driver of the auto involved in the incident. Police had said previously that the factor for this incident was under investigation. The location was cordoned off Saturday by heavily armed police, the video published on social media shows.
The crash took place on a busy day in London's museum district, which is also home to the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
The incident comes as the terror threat level in Britain is at "severe", its second-highest level, meaning that an attack is likely. A spokeswoman for the London force said counter-terrorism officers were assessing the incident but had not yet reached a conclusion as to the circumstances.
Police said it was a traffic incident after three attacks in the British capital this year in which vehicles were deliberately driven into people on the street.
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A statement issued by the London Police said its officers were on the scene and that London Ambulance Service had been called.
Police said one man at the scene, thought to be the driver, was detained.
Nearby museums have been evacuated and the roads around the area have been closed, according to reports.
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