Six people have been seriously injured after a car was reportedly driven into a crowd at a supermarket in north Manchester, the ambulance service has said.
An 80-year-old man was arrested for dangerous driving following the collision in Harperhey, Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said.
The incident was not being treated as terrorism-related, it added.
North West Ambulance Service said in a Twitter post: “Our crews were called to a large scale incident in Harpurhey, Manchester at 15:25.
“We’ve had six ambulances at the scene along with the air ambulance and three senior clinicians. Six patients are being treated for serious injuries after a collision with a vehicle.”
GMP said officers were called to reports a Kia Venga had been involved in a collision with two cars and a number of pedestrians at the car park shortly before 3.30 on Monday.
The force said five pedestrians had been taken to hospital for treatment.