An unknown drove a car into the police station building in Edmonton, north London. To date, the man has been detained. This was reported on Wednesday, November 11, in a statement by law enforcement officials.
According to the agency, the incident occurred at 18.58 local time.
“The car remains in place. It is inspected by specialists. At this stage we do not know about the victims,” reads the statement of law enforcement officers.
According to the shots published in the Network from the scene, the attacker also spilled gasoline on the road and burned it.
It is noted that the area where the car crashed into has been evacuated. Ambulances and firemen arrived at the scene. The identity of the detainee is not disclosed. Other details of the incident are not given.
In London, a man with a knife wounded two people and was shot by the police on Stratham High Road.
Later in Scotland Yard, the incident was declared a terrorist attack, which is connected with Islamism. The crime was committed by 20-year-old Sudesh Amman, recently released from prison. At the time of the crime, he was under surveillance to prevent victims.