Vehicle drives on pedestrians in Birmingham

UNITED KINGDOM (OBSERVATORY) – A vehicle has sunk on pedestrians near the Shah Jalal Mosque in the British city of Birmingham, according to local media reports. At least two people were injured in the incident.

Two people were injured Friday in Aston, Birmingham, when a vehicle hit pedestrians near the Shah Jalal mosque, reports BirminghamLive.

According to media reports, the vehicle fled the scene. BirminghamLive quotes Inspector Greg Evans as saying that the terrorist trail is not to be ruled out following the incident.

“The investigation is just beginning, and we’re still figuring out exactly what happened,” the officer said.

On April 16, a car hit the crowd in Manchester, injuring six people. On March 18, at least 13 people were injured when a vehicle struck the nightclub at Queen Street, Gravesend, Kent County.