Six people have been injured after a Ferrari allegedly mounted the pavement and hit them, knocking one person off a bridge onto a car travelling underneath.
It is alleged that the car was involved in a race with a Range Rover when the collision happened at 10.30am close to Battersea Dogs Home.
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Zoe Saxby, from Flanagans pub just yards from the scene, said: ‘Apparently the car involved was racing with a Range Rover and knocked someone flying off the bridge, and they landed on a car below.
‘They actually went flying in the air and could have landed on the railway tracks. It also hit a few other people walking on the bridge.
‘I didn’t see what happened as I’d got to work about ten minutes after it happened but I saw the car with a smashed windscreen.
‘The car supposedly was racing and lost control when they hit the pavement. We saw the ambulances turn up because people were injured, we got told that it was six people.’
A London Ambulance Service spokesperson said: ‘We were called at 10:28am to reports of a road traffic collision near Kirtling Street at the junction with Battersea Park Road.
‘We sent a paramedic on a motorcycle, four ambulance crews, an advanced paramedic and an incident response officer to the scene alongside our hazardous area response team.