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Police say keeping an open mind as to whether London museum incident is terrorism-related

LONDON, Oct 7 (Reuters) London police said they were keeping an open mind after a car collided with pedestrians outside the city's Natural History Museum, contradicting an earlier comment that they were not treating the incident as terrorism-related.

A spokeswoman for the London force said counter-terrorism officers were assessing the incident but had not yet reached a conclusion as to the circumstances. Earlier a spokesman told Reuters it was not being treated as a terrorism-related incident at this stage.

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