Police have made four arrests on suspicion of attempted murder after two people were hit by a car in Wembley.
Officers were called to Wembley High Road at around 1.30am on Sunday (March 12) after reports of a fight and road traffic collision.
Officers were told that a car had mounted the pavement and collided with two people.
READ MORE – Metropolitan line suspended as wind blows gazebo onto track A Metropolitan Police spokesperson said that emergency services at the scene dealt with a “large and challenging crowd of people”.
The two injured people – a man and woman, both aged in their 50s – were taken to hospital in an ambulance.
The woman’s condition has been assessed as not life-threatening. The man has been discharged from hospital.
The four males arrested on suspicion of attempted murder are aged between 15 and 40 years and have been bailed as police enquiries continue.
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Police have appealed for information and witnesses to the incident.
Anyone who thinks they may be able to assist the investigation is asked to call 101, quoting 541/12MAR23. They can also contact detectives directly on 07747 476161.
Alternatively, to remain anonymous, members of the public can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or online at crimestoppers-uk.org/.