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tunwhu 12:16 Sat Nov 11
London museum car that drove into pedestrians
Anyone know the outcome of this one?

Did anyone get charged with anything?

Know someone that witnessed it that thought it was a bit 'odd' but hadn't heard anything else about is since.

Did the bloke suffer some sort of heart attack?

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Ritchie9 2:55 Sat Nov 11
Re: London museum car that drove into pedestrians
He was an uber driver. As usual too busy looking at the sat nav rather than the road, but not a terrorist, unlike the uber driver in New York last week that was a terrorist that killed 8 people.

http://metro.co.uk/2017/11/01/who-is-sayfullo-saipov-new-york-uber-driver-behind-manhattan-terror-attack-7044315/

tunwhu 2:48 Sat Nov 11
Re: London museum car that drove into pedestrians
Bruuuno I didn't say 'sort of a heart attack' did I?

To everyone else who replied, thanks. Thought it had gone a bit quiet. All a bit strange that one.

13 Brentford Rd 11:21 Sat Nov 11
Re: London museum car that drove into pedestrians
Typical Uber driver

LeroysBoots 8:54 Sat Nov 11
Re: London museum car that drove into pedestrians
No blackout at all, he was released pending further investigation, hardly going to do that if he was a terrorist are they !?!

arsegrapes 3:19 Sat Nov 11
Re: London museum car that drove into pedestrians
No heart attack. Blatant cover up, if you know the road you would know that you can't drive fast. Pure luck that no one was killed, only because he hit a sign and lost control the car swerved onto the other side of the road and came to a stop when it hit parked cars.

One witness sitting in the parked car hit said he got out screaming and was bundled to the ground.

Witness Katie Craine said she was coming out of the museum when she saw a man in handcuffs pinned down by police near a damaged car. 'He looked really proud of himself,' she said. 'He was laughing.'

Mowed down 11 injured, 100's queuing outside NHM could have been many mowed down and killed and they let him go? News blackout since?

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4958398/Car-mounts-pavement-outside-Natural-History-Museum.html#ixzz4y5A697bI

bruuuno 1:49 Sat Nov 11
Re: London museum car that drove into pedestrians
How can you suffer sort of a heart attack?





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