Up to 13 people were injured when a car crashed into a crowd of pedestrians outside Melbourne’s iconic Flinders Street station around 4.30 p.m on Thursday, media reports said.
Two people have been arrested. Victoria state police call the incident a “deliberate act.”
Sky News said the driver was wrestled to the ground and handcuffed after his vehicle crashed into a bollard by a cable car stop.
Police are currently in the incident scene where the vehicle has collided with a number of pedestrians.
Some victims were seriously injured in the collision, Ambulance Victoria said.
Witnesses said a white Suzuki SUV with two men inside drove into the crowd, with no signs the vehicle made an effort to slow down, and then crashed into a bollard.
In a tweet, the police urged to members of the public to upload any images of the incident they have to help assist with their investigation.
-Malaysia World News