Thirteen people have been injured after a car ploughed into a group of pedestrians in Kent.
The accident actually happened in front of police officers who had been called to the scene in Rochester to deal with speeding drivers, reports the BBC.
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Sky News reports that over 20 ambulance staff attended the scene, with the most seriously injured being sent King's College Hospital in London.
It is not believed that any of the injuries are life-threatening.
One 18-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the incident, which happened at the Medway City Estate on Friday night.
A police spokesman said in statement: "We are conducting numerous enquiries into this incident and would like to speak to anyone with information who has not yet spoken to officers.
"A lot of people were in the area at the time and we believe that some of them may have video or pictures of the collision.
"I would like to encourage anyone with footage to get in contact with us as it could be vital for our investigation.
The South East Coast Ambulance service tweeted updates about the incident.
Our crews have treated x 9 patients @ inc in Rochester tonight. x 4 with serious injuries have been taken by amb to Kings Hosp London .. 1/2— SECAmb (@SECAmbulance) October 1, 2016
2/2 ... x5 patients with less serious injuries have been taken to Medway Maritime Hosp. More than 20 amb staff attended inc in total— SECAmb (@SECAmbulance) October 1, 2016
Kent999s also shared pictures and information on the incident.
ROCHESTER update: Police say an ELTHAM man (18) was arrested after 13 people were injured (4 seriously) at Sir Thomas Longley Rd last night. pic.twitter.com/NoWikkvSEA— Kent 999s (@Kent_999s) 1 October 2016