DRIVER ARRESTED AFTER CRASHING INTO BARRIER AT BRITISH PARLIAMENT

Metropolitan Police Have Arrested A Vehicle Driver After He Crashed Into The Barricades Outside British Parliament In Westminster.

The Police Confirmed One Person Was Arrested, The Driver, After The Accident At About 7:37 A.M. Local Time. There Is No Ongoing Chase.

Police Also Said A “Number” Of Pedestrians Were Injured. But It Was Considered Non-Life-Threatening Injuries.

Video Footage Showed The Driver Being Dragged Out Of His Car By A Number Of Police Officers.

The Police Wouldn’t Say Whether They Are Treating It As A Terror Incident At This Point.

Streets Around Parliament Square Were Blocked Off As Police Vehicles Swarmed The Area, According To Video Posted On Social Media. More Than A Dozen Emergency Vehicles Were On The Scene.

The Westminster Subway Station Was Also Closed “For Entry And Exit Due To A Security Alert Outside The Station,” The Official Transport For London Feed Tweeted.

Parliament Is Not Currently In Session. The House Of Commons And House Of Lords Are Both Out Of Session From July 24 Until Sept. 4.

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