Muslims Pray In Street After Finsbury Park Attack

19 June 2017, 04:09

This is the moment Muslim men prayed in the street after a van reportedly drove into people leaving a mosque in north London.

Local Muslims Pray After Finsbury Park Van Attack

Local Muslims Pray After Finsbury Park Van Attack



One person was killed and ten were injured after a van struck pedestrians outside a Muslim welfare centre on Seven Sisters Road.

Police arrested a 48-year-old man who was detained by members of the people at the scene. He has been taken to hospital and will undergo a psychiatric evaluation.

Police were called to the mosque in Finsbury Park at 00:20 on Monday morning.

A large white hire van hit the crowd of people as they left centre.

Muslims pray on the street after Finsbury Park collisionMuslims pray on the street after Finsbury Park collision

LBC reporter Rachael Venables caught the touching moment when the Muslim men prayed for the victims of the attack in the street.

Police say security outside mosques will be increased.

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