Unmarked police car on emergency call injures two when it crashes into diners sitting outside restaurant

Two coffee shops were harmed when an unmarked squad car furrowed into eating tables outside an eatery.

The silver hatchback collided with tables in the wake of crashing into another auto at around 7.45pm outside Soho House’s Pizza East in Kentish Town, north London.

Paramedics took a man to doctor’s facility with non-life debilitating wounds and treated a lady at the scene for cuts and wounds. Both are accepted to be in their thirties.

Metropolitan Police managers have begun an examination concerning the crash.

A Met Police representative stated: ‘Two cops from the unmarked squad car required in the crash are additionally being dealt with for whiplash wounds.

‘The other vehicle included halted at the scene and the driver is helping police with their enquiries.

‘No captures have been made. Nearby street terminations are set up.

‘As per normal procedure, this episode been refereed to the Met’s Directorate of Expert Principles’.

Previous BBC newsreader Zora Suleman tweeted photographs and video from the scene.

She stated: ‘One moment everybody was visiting and drinking next sirens then a colossal blast and ppl shouting.’

Anybody with data should call police on 101 or Crimestoppers namelessly on 0800 555 111.

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