Two rushed to hospital after car raced through crowds in pub parking lot amid screams from horrified onlookers
THIS is the shocking moment a car crashed into a crowd of drinkers outside a leafy pub in a hit-and-run.
The group was standing in the parking lot of The Bear on the Barge pub in the northwest suburb of Harefield when the horror unfolded.
Terrifying footage shows the car accelerating as the group approaches.
He then sends the drinkers flying as he crashes into them – leaving some lying on the ground.
As screaming passers-by rush for help, the car reverses before leaving.
A drinker can be seen trying to kick the engine out, but he runs down.
A second clip shows a man punched to the ground but it’s unclear if this is related.
Two people were rushed to hospital after the hit-and-run at around 1:20 a.m.
They were treated for non-life threatening injuries.
Met police have confirmed there have been no arrests and are now calling witnesses.
They said: “Police were called at 1.18am on Saturday May 1st to report a collision at Moorhall Road, Uxbridge.
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“London officers and ambulance service [LAS] assisted. At the scene, a car collided with a group of pedestrians in the parking lot of a public house.
“Anyone with information or images relating to the incident should call the police on 101 or Tweet @MetCC citing 481 / 1MAY.
“To remain 100% anonymous, call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”