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.
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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.”