A crash outside a London museum that injured 11 people was not terror-related, police say.
A car mounted the pavement outside the Natural History Museum in Exhibition Road, South Kensington, at 14:20 BST.
The Metropolitan Police earlier said one person had been arrested and video footage that emerged on Twitter showed a man being restrained on the ground.
An update from the force said the incident was now being treated as “a road traffic collision”.
London Ambulance said the people it treated – including the detained man – had mostly sustained head and leg injuries. Nine were taken to hospital.
The Met said none of the injuries were believed to be life-threatening or life changing.
The man is being held in custody at a north London police station.
Prime Minister Theresa May tweeted her thanks to first responders and members of the public, adding: “My thoughts are with the injured.”
London Mayor Sadiq Khan also tweeted his thanks and hopes for a “swift recovery” for those injured.
“For Londoners and visitors planning to visit our excellent museums and attractions in the area, please be assured they will be open as usual tomorrow.”
It took the Met almost four hours to confirm the circumstances around the incident.
The current terror threat in the UK is at “severe” – the second highest level – meaning an attack is highly likely.
Exhibition Road is an area popular with tourists as it is home to the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
BBC reporter Chloe Hayward, who was leaving the Natural History Museum as the crash happened, said she saw a car “diagonally across the road”, looking like it had hit a bollard, before armed officers arrived.
At the scene
By Dominic Casciani, BBC home affairs correspondent
We have been to the south end of Exhibition Road nearest the Tube and the area, normally a busy destination for Saturday afternoon dining by locals and tourists, is deserted.
Eyewitnesses told us that police came rushing into each bar and restaurant and told people to get out.
We can see coats on chairs – some knocked over – half-eaten meals and half-drunk glasses of wine.
Police helped one restaurant owner to recover staff belongings, like house keys, because it’s unclear when the area will reopen.
An eyewitness who was walking to the Science Museum said: “When waiting for the light, we heard what I thought was gunshots and saw a car drive over the pavement. We just ran. My friend dived on the floor and cut her hands.”
The woman, who asked to remain anonymous, said: “When it calmed down we walked back to where we’d been and saw a gentleman on the floor being restrained by police.”
Connor Honeyman, from Essex, who was in the queue for the museum, said: “We heard a horrible thudding noise and a car engine. Everyone started running and screaming inside.
“We ran in, everyone was following us, and then all the security guards ran out and they closed the main entrance. There was much confusion before the police got there.”
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