Enraged driver crushes woman between two cars outside of Buckingham Palace

He said he saw a man trying to pull a driver out of a Land Rover, which then "accelerated on to oncoming traffic" before lodging the woman between the auto and a black Mercedes-Benz.

The confrontation began at around 8.15pm and led to the woman stepping out onto the road before being hit by the Range Rover driver, who then crashed into a double-decker bus, according to police. It is believed she came out of the Evoque to confront the other driver and he hit her when he tried to speed off. In the process, the driver pried her to a Mercedes, which also hit a bus.

Speaking to the Evening Standard, Anand said: "The woman had been crushed between the two cars". It was someone else who got in and reversed the vehicle to free her.

The Range Rover can be seen reversing, freeing the woman.

A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: "At this early stage it is believed she was the occupant of a vehicle who became involved in a dispute with another auto". "[It] was a disgusting scene for my wife and son to have witnessed", he added. He remarked, "I don't know why anyone would try to run in a situation like that. Police were there very quickly", he added.

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This caused a fight which ended with the man being Tasered and arrested for affray. She was screaming in pain. She appeared to be in tremendous pain. Witnesses claimed the suspect was in a rage as he was taken into custody.

"Officers and London Ambulance Service attended and a woman, in her mid-30s, was taken to a central London hospital for treatment; her condition has been assess as non life-threatening but may be life-changing", police said.

The Met added that a second man subsequently complained of feeling unwell and had been taken to hospital.

The police also confirmed no injuries on the bus after it was rammed. The man is still in custody at the central London police station.

"The arrested man did not require hospital treatment and was taken into custody, he was later further arrested on suspicion of GBH and driving whilst disqualified".

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