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London museum incident not terrorism-related, police say

LONDON, Oct 7 (Reuters) London police said a incident outside the city's Natural History Museum in which 11 people were hurt when a car collided with pedestrians was not terrorism-related but was being treated as a road traffic collision.

British media reported a car had mounted the sidewalk outside the tourist attraction, one of several large museums in that area of South Kensington, west London, and police said a man had been detained at the scene.

REUTERS PS 2318
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