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Police are on the scene of a "serious injury accident" involving a taxi and pedestrians in central London.

The London Evening Standard reports that people are thought to be trapped underneath the black cab. The taxi driver has been detained by police at the scene.

City of Westminster police indicated on Twitter that the incident, which occurred around 5 p.m. local time, is not likely related to terrorism.

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In a statement, the Met said it was are "aware of injuries", but are awaiting further confirmation.

Witness Ed Hoppitt posted: "Just came within meters of being hit by a vehicle that mounted the pavement and ploughed into people".

"We worked closely with other members of the emergency services at the scene and treated a total of four patients".

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One of those has been left "seriously injured", with the London Ambulance Service confirming he has a serious leg injury and has been rushed to a major trauma centre.

Three people were taken to hospital and a fourth was treated at the scene, paramedics said.

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