Man arrested after car strikes gates of Buckingham Palace

Man arrested after car strikes gates of Buckingham Palace
Man arrested after car strikes gates of Buckingham Palace

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Grainy images on social media showed a car at the front gates of the palace. — AFP pic

LONDON, March 10 — British police said today a man had been arrested after a car crashed into the gates of Buckingham Palace in central London.

Grainy images on social media showed a car at the front gates of the palace. British media quoted a witness as saying they had heard “a loud bang”.

Police said the incident had occurred in the early hours last morning.

“Armed officers arrested a man at the scene on suspicion of criminal damage. He was taken to hospital. There were no reports of any injuries,” London police said in a statement. “Enquiries are ongoing to establish the circumstances.”

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Buckingham Palace said no member of the royal family was resident at the time of the incident and repairs to the gates were underway. — Reuters

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