At least two people have been taken to the hospital after a car is said to have rammed into pedestrians outside a mosque in London, police said as cited by local media.
The incident reportedly happened shortly after midnight on Wednesday in the Cricklewood area of northwest London.
Police were “retaining an open mind regarding the cause of the collision”, LBC said on Twitter.
Law enforcement said the case is “being treated as terrorist-related.”
London’s Metropolitan Police was not immediately available for comment when contacted by Report Focus on Wednesday.
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