Police treat London parliament crash as terrorist attack
Two people sustained injuries and were taken to hospital after a car collided with security barriers outside London's parliament building on Aug. 14 in what the police labelled as a terrorist incident.
Authorities said in a statement that a man in his 20s was arrested on suspicion of terrorist offenses after the silver Ford Fiesta collided with a number of cyclists and pedestrians before crashing into the barriers during the morning rush hour.
Two people were hurt, but authorities said none of the injuries were life-threatening.
"My thoughts are with those injured in the incident in Westminster and my thanks to the emergency services for their immediate and courageous response," British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Twitter.
The car slammed into barriers that had been extended following the Westminster Bridge attack in March 2017 when Khalid Masood ploughed a car into crowds on Westminster Bridge, killing four people.