Multiple injuries as car crashes into primary school
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A car has crashed into a primary school building injuring several people.
Police were called just before 10:00am today (6 July) with reports of a car having 'collided with a building' at a primary school on Camp Road, Wimbledon.
Police confirmed 'several people are being treated at the scene,' but haven't said whether those injured are children, adults or a mixture of the two.
The Met Police said in a post to Twitter: "Officers are responding to an incident at a primary school in Camp Road, Wimbledon.
"We were called at 09:54hrs to reports that a car collided with a building at the school. Several people are being treated at the scene.
"We will share further updates when we can."
London Ambulance Service and Fire Brigade re-shared the tweet, noting they are both also currently at the scene 'supporting emergency services'.
The Fire Brigade added: "There are two fire engines and two fire rescue units at the scene."
In its latest update on the incident, Merton Police clarified: "We are not treating this incident as terror-related.
"An investigation is under way to understand the full circumstances of what has taken place."