UPDATE: A couple are mortified after recognising the man who ran a white van into Muslim pedestraians outside of a North London mosque.
Speaking to Good Morning Britain, the pair expressed their horror that they may have told suspect Darren Osborne how to get to Finsbury Park, not knowing what he is alleged of planning, The Sun reports.
The couple, who remain anonymous, say Darren Osborne asked them for directions towards the mosque.
"He was really, really stressed. He was moving too much with his hands, was sweating."
"When I heard this morning I was worrying, I was panicking saying ‘oh my god what have we done’, I’m blaming myself."
"At the end of the day we only done what anyone else would have done — just showed him directions (SIC)."
ORIGINAL: A vehicle has smashed into pedestrians in North London in what police are calling a “major incident”.
A vehicle collided with a number of people at Seven Sisters Road in Finsbury Park, just after midnight London time, ABC News reports.
Authorities say there are "a number of casualties being worked on at the scene”. A spokesperson for London Ambulance Service added: "We have sent a number of resources to an incident in Seven Sisters Road.”
A witness told Sky News: “It was really, really ugly. I could see at least two people on the floor not moving.”
The incident reportedly occurred outside Finsbury Park Mosque.
One person has been arrested in relation to the incident.