A pedestrian has been taken to hospital after being hit by a fire engine in North London. Police closed the roads in the area while they dealt with the scene of the accident.
Emergency services were called to Upper Street, Islington, at around 7.40am today, and the injured man, who is in his 40s, was taken to hospital.
A Met Police spokesperson says his condition is not life-threatening.
The spokesperson added: “Police were called at approximately 07:40hrs on Monday, 29 May to reports of a fire engine in collision with a male pedestrian in Upper Street, N1.
“Officers and London Ambulance Service attended the scene.”
There have been no arrests and enquiries into the circumstances continue.
MyLondon reports that anyone who witnessed the collision is asked to contact police on 101 or tweet @MetCC and quote CAD1563/29May.
Police began to reopen the roads at around 10.30am.
Drivers in the area may now experience another issue as Just Stop Oil protesters have been carrying out a slow walk along Upper Street. The protesters have now moved out of the road.
A Met Police spokesperson said: “We continue to monitor Just Stop Oil protests across London and will ensure that those causing considerable disruption to Londoners will be dealt with swiftly.”
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