London police say incident at museum not being treated as terrorism-related

By REUTERS
October 7, 2017 18:08
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LONDON - London police said an incident outside a museum in west London in which several people were injured was not being treated as terrorism-related at this stage.

British media reported a car had mounted the sidewalk outside the tourist attraction and police had earlier described the incident in the South Kensington area of west London as a collision adding a man had been detained.

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