"The driver of the vehicle, a man in his late 20s. was arrestedon suspicion of terrorist offenses", said police.
According to police, several people have been injured.
A vehicle has crashed into security barriers outside the Houses of Parliament in London, and although the number of injured remains unclear, police believe none are in a life-threatening situation.
The police and security services "are doing everything they can to find out more about the incident". Mounted police officers block a road leading to the scene where a auto that crashed into security barriers outside the Houses.
Basu said the suspect is not cooperating with police as they try to establish both the man's identity and motive.
Eyewitness Ewelina Ochab told The Associated Press that the crash appeared deliberate. "The driver did not get out". The guards started creaming to people to move away.
In June 2017, seven people were killed and dozens injured when three men rammed pedestrians with a auto at London Bridge.
The man arrested after a vehicle crashed outside the Houses of Parliament in a suspected terror attack has been named as Salih Khater, a British citizen of Sudanese origin.
That was the first of five attacks in Britain previous year that police designated as terrorism, three of which used vehicles as weapons. Three ambulance crews and a number of responders treated two people at the scene for injuries not believed to be serious, London Ambulance assistant director of operations Peter Rhodes said in a statement.
"At this early stage of the investigation, no other suspects at the scene have been identified or reported to police".
Armed police, paramedics, and firefighters rushed to Westminster during the morning rush hour and cordoned off a large area.
The incident took place shortly before 8am on the main road between the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey.
"We're kind of stuck waiting to hear from our bosses what to do", she said.
Prime Minister Theresa May said the suspected attack was "shocking" and an "appalling incident" as she condemned the "twisted aim of the extremists".
That is an unsubtle plea for the courts to end the U.S. -Turkey standoff by taking the Brunson decision out of Erdogan's hands. Neither the White House , Turkey's Ministry of Foreign Affairs nor Apple immediately responded to a request for comment.
According to the source, Meghan is understandably upset, and has been relying on Harry and her friends for support. Mr Markle said he wanted to go on holiday and leave the furore with the royal family behind, he told The Sun .
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke talked to residents of Keswick Estates and other areas West of Redding affected by Carr Fire . "Wow. Yosemite National Park will reopen Tuesday, 14 days after a wildfire choked the park with smoke at the peak of tourist season.
The president used the recording to attack his former employee straight after the broadcast on Monday and then again on Tuesday. Longtime Trump observers say it is a measure of his rage and sense of betrayal that he called Manigault Newman "that dog".
Tesla said the committee consists only of independent directors: Brad Buss , Robyn Denholm and Linda Johnson Rice . Musk's attempt to take the carmaker private requires approval from the committee, the filing by Tesla said.
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Another 18 percent say race relations have stayed about the same since Trump became president a year ago . "I don't know. She served as director of communications for the White House office of public liaison until she was sacked in December.
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The Durham all-rounder, 27, had denied the charge, relating to his involvement in a fracas in Bristol in September. Stokes responded: "He was abusing my two friends for being gay".
Turkish crisis spreading into other markets
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Bud Light's puts free beer in Browns 'Victory Fridges’
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ULA sends Parker Solar Probe toward the Sun
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