Pedestrian is rushed to hospital after being run down by unmarked police automotive on road in west London

  • Video footage exhibits pedestrian within the highway close to the Westfield Buying Centre
  • An unmarked police car with flashing lights is proven stopped on the scene
  • The Met has stated the person was taken to hospital with non-life threatening accidents 

A Metropolitan Police automotive has crashed right into a pedestrian close to Westfield in London this afternoon.

The person who was hit has been taken to hospital and officers from the Met stated his situation just isn’t believed to be life-threatening.

Video from the scene exhibits a person mendacity within the highway close to Westfield Buying Centre in Shepherd’s Bush simply earlier than 2pm this afternoon.

Two ladies seem like comforting the person who was seen mendacity on his aspect.

An unmarked police automotive was filmed on the scene with its blue flashing lights. 

A male pedestrian was rushed to a London hospital after he was hit by a Metropolitan Police automotive outdoors the Westfield Buying Centre in Shepherd’s Bush (pictured) this afternoon

The power’s site visitors officers have launched an investigation and it’s unknown at this stage if the police automotive was on lights and sirens responding to a name when the crash occurred.

The highway was closed in each instructions after the crash and two ambulances and the air ambulance have been pictured on the scene this afternoon. 

A spokesman for the power instructed MailOnline: ‘Officers from the Roads and Transport Policing Command are investigating after a police collision.

‘The incident occurred at 13:36hrs on Tuesday, 9 November at Wooden Lane, W12.

‘A police automotive collided with a pedestrian.

‘The male pedestrian was taken to a central London hospital. His situation has been assessed as non life-threatening.

‘The Met’ Directorate of Skilled Requirements has been knowledgeable as a matter in fact.

‘Enquiries proceed.’