A large police cordon is in place after a vehicle crashed into a north London Police Station.
A spokesperson for the Met confirmed that at around 18:58hrs today (Wednesday, 11 November) a vehicle collided with the station office at Edmonton Police Station.
A man has been detained in connection with the incident.
The vehicle remains at the scene and, what the Met has referred to as ‘Specialist officers’ are in attendance while it is examined.
The Met has said that, as this stage, there are no reported injuries.
The London Ambulance Service and London Fire Brigade also attended and are still at the location.
The police station has been evacuated and a large police cordon is in place.
The Met has not confirmed yet as to whether or not the incident is being treated as terrorism related.
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