Teenage cyclist rushed to hospital after car smashed into north London primary school

A 16-year-old cyclist was rushed to hospital after a car smashed into a primary school.

The incident happened at around 4pm on Saturday when the vehicle mounted the pavement on Fleet Road in Hampstead before crashing into Fleet Primary School.

The boy’s condition is not life-threatening and the Metropolitan Police said there have been no arrests.

Officers are currently appealing for dash cam and doorbell footage following the crash.

One witness described how two passengers inside the car jogged away from the scene.

A Metropolitan Police spokesperson said: “A 16-year-old boy on a bicycle was injured on 11 May around 4pm when a vehicle mounted the pavement on Fleet Road, Hampstead and collided with the fence of Fleet Primary School.

“The boy’s condition is not life-threatening. There have been no arrests at this time.

“If you saw what happened or have dash/ doorbell footage call 101 ref CAD 4869/11MAY24.”


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