A car driving at erratic speeds plowed into pedestrians outside a London Starbucks. The incident occurred today, near London’s King’s Cross railway station.
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One pedestrian injured following road traffic collision in York Way, N1 near Kings Cross. Driver stopped at scene & is assisting police.
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A witness to the scene told The Daily Star:
“I had was walking from the station up Pentonville Road and had just passed the McDonalds on the left.
“All of an sudden there was some loud engine revs – either with the car having been floored in a low gear or with the clutch depressed.
“Then I heard a series of bangs and saw the Smart car come across the pavement a few metres ahead of me.
“It collided with a man who was outside the door of the Starbucks and I thought immediately that it had gone over him.”
Authorities currently do not consider the incident to be terror-related.
At least one injured and taken to nearby hospital. Witnesses say it did not look like driver lost control, but inteded to hit pedestrians.
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London has been on edge after a number of terrorist attacks where cars were used as the primary weapons.
This is a breaking story. Refresh for updates!
UPDATE – A picture of the aftermath has been released:
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