A number of boys were reportedly fighting outside a west London Petrol station when a car ploughed into them killing three.
Met Police have said that they were standing near a bus stop in Hayes, West London when a black Audi crashed into them on Friday night.
Officers have said they were called to the scene on Shepiston Lane at 8.41pm but despite the efforts of officers and paramedics three boys were pronounced dead at the scene.
Members of staff from the garage said that the group of teenagers have been fighting at the entrance of the forecourt when the smash happened.
Police have not yet name the victims however the are believed to be aged 16.
A 28-year-old man who was inside the Audi has been arrested and was taken to a west London hospital for treatment, and he is expected to be taken into custody once discharged.
Met Police have made an urgent appeal for witnesses.”These are horrific circumstances that have resulted in three young people losing their lives; I need anyone who saw what happened to contact police immediately,
“Detective Jane Shaw from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit.
“Did you see this Audi before the collision, or in the moments leading it up to it? I would urge you to speak to us to assist us with our investigation.”
The Metropolitan Police’s Roads and Transport Policing Command is no investigating the incident and have confirmed it is not terror related.
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