Theresa May: Prime Minister reacts to ‘terrible incident’ at Finsbury Park mosque

Theresa May: Prime Minister reacts to 'terrible incident' at Finsbury Park mosque

has defined an obvious attack on worshippers close to Finsbury Park mosque as a “terrible incident”.

A MAN was once arrested after a van used to be pushed into other people close to a north mosque in a while when they had just finished worshipping at the Finsbury Park mosque after breaking the Ramadan rapid.

Witnesses described seeing police giving emergency scientific treatment to sufferers after the incident at 12.20am on Monday in Seven Sisters Highway, Finsbury Park.

Men pray after a vehicle collided with pedestrians near a mosque in Finsbury Park in north London Males pray after a car collided with pedestrians close to a mosque in Finsbury Park in north London Credit Score: Reuters

Describing it as “poor incident”, the prime minister said: “All my feelings are with individuals who had been injured, their loved ones and the emergency services at the scene.”

, the Labour leader and local Islington North MP, expressed his shock at what had happened. 

I Am completely surprised on the incident at Finsbury Park tonight.

— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) June 19, 2017


“I’m totally shocked at the incident at Finsbury Park tonight.

“I’ve Been in contact with the mosques, police and Islington council regarding the incident. My feelings are with those and the group affected by this awful experience.”

Emergency services and products are at the scene and investigating a tremendous incident at Finsbury Park. Practice @Metpoliceuk and @Ldn_ambulance for main points.

(@SadiqKhan) June 19, 2017

Sadiq Khan, the London mayor, stated: “Emergency services and products are on the scene and investigating an immense incident at Finsbury Park.”

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