Two rushed to hospital after car ploughs into crowd in pub car park amid screams from horrified onlookers

THIS is the stunning second a car ploughed into a crowd of drinkers outdoors a leafy pub in a hit-and-run.

The group had been stood in the car park of the The Bear on the Barge pub in the North West London suburb of Harefield when the horror unfolded.


Shocking footage exhibits a crowd being mowed down outdoors a pubCredit: Twitter @CrimeLdn

Terrifying footage exhibits the car dashing because it approaches the group.

It then sends drinkers flying because it slams into them – leaving some mendacity on the bottom.

As screaming passers-by rush over to the assistance, the car reverses earlier than driving away.

One drinker might be seen making an attempt to chase the motor however he falls over because it races off.

A second clip exhibits a person being kicked on the bottom however it’s not clear if that is associated.

Two individuals had been rushed to hospital after the hit-and-run at round 1.20am.

They had been handled for non-life threatening accidents.

The Met Police confirmed there had been no arrests and they’re now interesting for witnesses.

They stated: “Police had been known as at 01:18hrs on Saturday, 1 May to experiences of a collision at Moorhall Road, Uxbridge.



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“Officers and London Ambulance Service [LAS] attended. At the scene a car had collided with a bunch of pedestrians in the carpark of a public home.

“Anyone with data or footage relating to the incident ought to name police on 101 or Tweet @MetCC quoting 481/1MAY.

“To stay 100 per cent nameless name the unbiased charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

One man tried chasing after the car but fell to the ground


One man tried chasing after the car however fell to the bottomCredit: Twitter @CrimeLdn
Onlookers could be heard screaming


Onlookers might be heard screamingCredit: Twitter @CrimeLdn
Two people were injured in the hit-and-run


Two individuals had been injured in the hit-and-runCredit: Twitter @CrimeLdn

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