Vehicle collides with London Police Station
A man has been arrested in connection with the incident, the Metropolitan Police said.
(Main image credit: Twitter / @iLLAMADi)
Scotland Yard has confirmed it is aware of an incident in north London after a video on social media appeared to show a car had driven into the front of Edmonton Police Station in Enfield.
The footage, posted on Twitter, shows a vehicle partially embedded into the entrance of a building.
Read the full statement from the Metropolitan Police:
At around 18:58hrs on Wednesday, 11 November a vehicle collided with the station office at Edmonton Police Station.
A man - no further details - has been detained in connection with the incident.
The vehicle remains at the scene. Specialist officers are in attendance while it is examined.
At this stage we have not been informed of any injuries.
London Ambulance Service and London Fire Brigade are present.
The police station has been evacuated and a large police cordon is in place.
Update, 10.25pm, 11th November 2020:
The Metropolitan Police say their local investigation is being supported by counter-terror officers.
The Force Tweeted:
#Edmonton 10pm | Officers remain on scene.
No injuries have been reported. The cordon has been reduced and officers have returned to the station.
At this time this remains a local investigation but is being supported by counter-terrorism officers. More updates in due coursePublished: by Radio NewsHub