Police raced to Stockwell Road, between Stockwell and Brixton tube stations, at around 3am this morning after reports of a dramatic collision.
Images from the scene show debris scattered across the road as the flashing blue lights from police and ambulances lit up houses and buildings.
Five male pedestrians – aged between 23 and 42 years – were taken to hospital by ambulance.
In video footage from the scene, a bystander says “This is what happened in Stockwell. Was a crazy Somalian guy [inaudible] Somalian guy”. We have no information on the driver, or cause of the incident.
Kevin Bate, deputy director of Operations at London Ambulance Service, said six ambulance crews, two advance paramedics, two incident response officers, a hazardous area response team and air ambulance medics attended.
He said: “We treated five patients on the scene for a range of head and leg injuries. We took one patient as a priority to a major trauma centre and took four patients as a priority to a trauma centre.”
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