11 injured after car strikes pedestrians outside of London Museum

The London Ambulance Service says most of the 11 people injured have leg and head injuries.

Photographs showed a dented silver car and a man being pinned to the ground outside the museum. Witness Katie Craine said she was coming out of the museum when she saw a man in handcuffs pinned down by police near a damaged car.

The London Ambulance Service was tending to the injured. There was no immediate statement on the severity of the injuries.

Shopkeepers in the immediate area were told to evacuate and police established a large security cordon around the area minutes after the incident, closing some roads. Police helicopters circled the scene overhead.

Police said they are working to establish the circumstances of the crash and more information will be provided once details are clear.

London's official terrorist threat level has been set at "severe," indicating an attack is highly likely.

Charitable Foundation Winston Churchill collects money to provide necessary medical assistance to victims of the London Museum. Donate

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