A crash outside a London museum that injured 11 people was not terror-related, police have said.
A black Toyota Prius hit the people outside the Natural History Museum in Exhibition Road, South Kensington.
Video footage that emerged on Twitter showed a man, believed to be the driver, being restrained on the ground.
The Metropolitan Police later said the incident was thought to be a “road traffic collision” and a man in his 40s had been arrested at the scene.
He was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving and received hospital treatment before being taken to a north London police station for questioning.
London Ambulance said the people it treated – including the detained man – had mostly sustained head and leg injuries. Nine were taken to hospital.
The Met said none of the injuries were believed to be life-threatening or life changing.
Prime Minister Theresa May tweeted her thanks to first responders and members of the public, adding: “My thoughts are with the injured.”
London Mayor Sadiq Khan also tweeted his thanks and hopes for a “swift recovery” for those injured.
“For Londoners and visitors planning to visit our excellent museums and attractions in the area, please be assured they will be open as usual tomorrow.”