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Suspect Arrested After Van Hits Pedestrians Near London Mosque

CBS 2 Monday, 19 June 2017
Crowds filled the streets of Finsbury Park overnight after London police say a 48-year-old man drove his van through crowds of pedestrians.
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Several people have been injured after a van drove into a crowd of pedestrians in Finsbury Park north London. At least 10 people are said to have been hurt. Unconfirmed reports say two people have died. Police were called just after midnight following reports of a collision on Seven Sisters Road....

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