British police have ruled out terrorism after detaining a man whose auto struck a crowd of pedestrians in London on Saturday, leaving almost a dozen people injured.
Police officers stand next to a person with a bandaged ankle near the Natural History Museum, after a vehicle mounted the pavement, in London.
A video from the incident site showed police officers pinning down a man to the ground.
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"We are aware of an incident in Exhibition Road, #South Kensington", penned Metropolitan Police on Twitter.
Several pedestrians were left injured after a vehicle reportedly mounted a pavement outside the attraction in London.
The man was detained at the scene by security officers.
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Inmediaciones of the Natural History Museum #London Hombre reducido en el suelo antes de that llegue policía, no sabemos q pasa. The injuries are not considered life-threatening, police said.
What happened: A auto mounted the sidewalk near the South Kensington museum at around 2:20 p.m. local time, hitting several pedestrians.
The London Ambulance Service said they treated 11 people, including nine who were taken to hospital. The district is home to the NHM, the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
A auto mounted the pavement and ploughed into pedestrians near the Natural History Museum in London on Saturday, the police said.
"We are working with (the Met police) and will provide an update when we have more information".
The incident sparked fears of a terrorist attack in an area busy with tourists and families.
Downing Street confirmed that Prime Minister Theresa May is being kept up to date with the incident.
In June, three men drove a van into pedestrians on London Bridge before going on a stabbing rampage at bars at nearby Borough Market.