London police said a vehicle ramming into a crowd outside the Natural History Museum injuring a number of people Saturday was not being treated as a terrorist-related incident, reports said.
At least 11 people were injured – most with leg and head injuries, the London Ambulance Service said.
London’s Metropolitan Police said a man was detained at the scene and a motive was being investigated. Police confirmed they would release more information as time went on. A police spokesperson said the crash was not being handled as a terrorism-related incident.
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“It is not being treated as a terrorist incident at this stage while we establish what has happened,” a spokesperson told The Guardian.
No other information was available on the number of people injured or their condition. Emergency services were said to be on the scene outside the museum.