The driver of a Land Rover which crashed into a primary school in Wimbledon stopped at the scene and no arrests have been made at this stage.

Seven children and two adults were injured after a car crashed into The Study Preparatory School in Camp Road just before 10am this morning (July 6).

The incident is not being treated as terror-related and police are currently working to understand what happened.

Officers, firefighters and paramedics, including London’s Air Ambulance, responded to the incident at around 9.54am.

Police are currently awaiting an update on the conditions of the victims of the crash.

The Metropolitan Police said: “Officers remain at the scene of a serious collision at a primary school in Wimbledon.

“Police were called at 09:54hrs on Thursday July 6 to reports that a car collided with a building at the school in Camp Road.

“Officers attended, along with paramedics from the London Ambulance Service and London’s Air Ambulance.

“At this time nine people are reported injured, these include two adults and seven children. We await further updates on their conditions.”

And London Fire Brigade said on Twitter: “We are currently supporting emergency services at an incident at a school in Wimbledon.

“We have two fire engines and two fire rescue units at the scene.”

Stephen Hammond, the Conservative MP for Wimbledon, said: “Extraordinarily distressing and tragic incident on the last day of term… there has actually been a major incident declared.

“The air ambulance, the ambulance, the fire services, and the police are all in attendance.”

Speaking to BBC News, Mr Hammond added: “The size of the response tells you how serious the incident is and there are a number of casualties, and I understand that a number of those are being treated as critical.”