Car Rams Into Crowd of People in UK's Manchester: 5 Injured - Reports

Emergency services have been called to the Asda at Harpurhey shopping center in North Manchester after a car hit a crowd of people, according to the Mirror newspaper.
Six people have been seriously injured, according to a spokesman for the North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) in Manchester. 
Police say the incident is not terror-related.
"Shortly before 3.30pm today (Monday 16 April 2018), police were called to reports that a Kia Venga had been involved in a collision with two cars and a number of pedestrians at a car park in a supermarket in Harpurhey. Five pedestrians have been taken to hospital for treatment. An 80-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of causing serious injury by dangerous driving. Inquiries into the full circumstances around this incident are ongoing," Greater Manchester Police said in a statement.

In March, the car drove into the nightclub in the British city of Gravesend, Kent on Sunday night, injuring 13 people, the county's police services reported.