Police Investigating After Vehicle Hits Pedestrians In London

Last month seven people had died in a terrorist attack at London Bridge.

They said there were a number of casualties and one person had been arrested.

"Officers are on scene with other emergency services".

Police say several people have been injured, with many receiving treatment at the scene.

Police are investigating this as a terrorist incident, saying 10 people were injured and one person was killed.

London's Metropolitan Police said it was called just after midnight to an incident on Seven Sisters Road.

Delay confirmed for post-election Queen's Speech
The Government believes it has enough support in the House of Commons to pass the Queen's Speech following talks with the DUP.

The Sun newspaper said a van hit a crowd of people near Finsbury Park mosque.

Eyewitnesses interviewed by ABC News said people were gathered outside the mosque after prayers tending to an old man who was having a heart attack when the van drove into them. The Muslim Council of Britain said its "prayers were with the victims". Some details reported by the media will later turn out to be wrong. "His family said he passed away".

Traffic was shut down on a section of Seven Sisters Road, where the incident happened.

A Reuters witness saw at least one person being loaded into an ambulance. "Three of them were bleeding badly", he said.

"The driver of the van - a man aged 48 - was found detained by members of the public at the scene", police report.

Mohammed said that the man being held was white and had heavily tattooed arms and that he was not speaking. Three Muslim extremists who carried out the attack were killed by police. In 2015, the mosque's former imam, Mostafa Kamel Mostafa, was sentenced to life in prison in U.S. District Court in Manhattan on 11 terrorism-related charges.

New Zealand notch third straight win over U.S. in America's Cup
The Kiwis led for much of the race, despite Oracle closing to three seconds after a wind shift put them back in touch. Helmsman Peter Burling, 26, took the lead in the fourth race and extended it, as he had in the previous race.

A new board of trustees and management took over in February 2005, a year after Abu Hamza was arrested by British police, since when attendance has greatly increased among worshippers from various communities, according to the mosque's website.

The Finsbury Park Mosque gained notoriety more than a decade ago for sermons by radical cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri, who was sentenced to life in a US prison in January 2015 for his conviction on terrorism-related charges. "It also presents the true teachings of Islam as a religion of tolerance, cooperation and peaceful harmony amongst all people who lead a life of balance, justice and mutual respect".

Prime Minister Theresa May called it a "terrible incident", and said: "All my thoughts are with those who have been injured, their loved ones and the emergency services on the scene".

Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn tweeted that he was "totally shocked". In March, a man drove a vehicle into pedestrians on Westminster Bridge and stabbed a police officer to death before being shot dead.

Eight people were killed and more than 40 injured in the June 3 attack before the men were shot to death by authorities.

Brooks Koepka wins US Open, ties Rory McIlroy's scoring mark
Matsuyama's 66 was the lowest round of the day, while England's Tommy Fleetwood (72) finished a shot back in fourth at 11-under. From the start, Koepka imposed his will on the course birdieing the first two holes to take a lead he would never relinquish.

Related news