November 11, a police station in Edmonton, north London, England, was hit by a car. The police were dealing with this “incident”. At present, a man involved in the incident has been detained by the police, and there is no news of casualties.
According to an eyewitness working nearby, the man drove through the exterior glass entrance of the police station and attempted to cross the second obstacle but failed.
Subsequently, the man got out of the car and poured gasoline on the road and lit it. According to videos posted on social media, the car has been partially embedded in the entrance of the police station.
The London Metropolitan Police said that the car is under inspection. The London ambulance service and fire brigade remained at the scene.
Nesir Kaliskan, leader of the London Borough of Enfield Council, described the collision as a “significant incident” and urged people to avoid the area.