Shocking videos reveal chaos after hit-and-run left six injured pedestrians ‘screaming in pain’

Shocking videos reveal chaos after hit-and-run left six injured pedestrians ‘screaming in pain’

SHOCKING footage has revealed chaotic scenes after a hit-and-run left six injured pedestrians “screaming in pain”.

Video taken shows the moments after pedestrians were mowed down by a black car as the horror unfolded last night.

Stricken pedestrians were left on the floor after the horror hit-and-run
Stricken pedestrians were left on the floor after the horror hit-and-run
Crowds began to gather after the horror incident that saw six people mowed down
Crowds began to gather after the horror incident that saw six people mowed down
One man tried to kick the black motor as it sped off
One man tried to kick the black motor as it sped offCredit: UKNIP

The victims were struck by the wayward vehicle in Harringay, north London, at around 7.15pm.

Four people were taken to hospital and two were treated at the scene, but none have life-threatening injuries.

Cops have since launched an urgent manhunt for the driver after the motor failed to stop in Green Lanes.

The new footage shows a number of people gathering around the victims following the carnage.

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People can be heard screaming and shouting in the background as other pedestrians appear to check on the injured.

Some kind Samaritans also try to offer aid to the victims on the floor while others simply look on in disbelief.

More and more people then begin to gather in the area in the footage as people try to piece together what happened.

A pole can also be seen lying on the floor after the car reportedly mounted the pavement.

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Previous footage showed what appears to be a black 4×4 speeding off after knocking the pedestrians over.

Shocked witnesses have also spoken about the horror incident after the car ploughed through six people leaving blood on the floor.

Ali Ozyoruk, 27, who works at a local shop across the road from the smash, rushed out the front to see what happened after hearing a loud bang.

Ali said he saw blood on the pavement and the vehicle, said to have caused the carnage, speed away from the scene.

He captured the aftermath on his phone showing some of the victims lying on the pavement, with one person heard screaming out in pain.

Ali said: “I heard a big bang and then when I came out, I saw some guy drive off. There were about four people screaming and laying on the floor.

“I think he reversed back and then drove off. I also saw blood on the floor and an ambulance came so I think some people went to hospital.

“We had to close early as the police closed the road.”

‘EARTHQUAKE’

While Karen Matthews, who lives nearby also heard the crash and thought it might have been an earthquake.

The 60-year-old, who works in IT training, said: “I didn’t see anything but I heard the big bang and thought ‘what was that? An earthquake?’

“I think two people went to hospital. Normally the road is quite dangerous as people zoom up and down, driving fast.”

Another local, who did not wish to be named, was alerted to the crash after they heard the bang from the car.

He said: “I heard a massive bang. I could even feel it was so strong.

“I ran to the window and saw lots of people. I think the car was a black BMW but I didn’t catch the number plate.

“The traffic light was knocked down. I saw someone kick the car before it reversed and drove away.”

Cops confirmed that no arrests have been made yet.

Leader of Haringey Council, councillor Peray Ahmet, said it was “absolutely disgusting” the driver had failed to stop.

She said: “I’m pleased to hear there were no serious injuries, but we absolutely have to make sure the perpetrator is caught because not stopping at a scene like that is just not acceptable.

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“If any witnesses were there I urge them to get in contact with the police.”

Some road closures were put in place and a highways team has since worked to repair damage to traffic lights near the pedestrian crossing.

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