Several injured after car strikes pedestrians in Manchester's Trafford Park

British media said Greater Manchester police were called to a roundabout at Europa Way at about 10pm.
British media said Greater Manchester police were called to a roundabout at Europa Way at about 10pm.PHOTO: SCREENGRAB FROM MANCHESTEREVENINGNEWS.CO.UK
The five victims were described as "major trauma" patients.
The five victims were described as "major trauma" patients.PHOTO: SCREENGRAB FROM MANCHESTEREVENINGNEWS.CO.UK

MANCHESTER - At least five people were seriously injured after a car reportedly hit a crowd of pedestrians in Trafford Park on Thursday night (May 31).

British media said Greater Manchester police were called to a roundabout at Europa Way at about 10pm (5am Friday, Singapore time).

The five victims were described as "major trauma" patients.

The car driver failed to stop and immediately fled the scene, according to The Guardian.

Reports said the police were searching for a blue BMW.

An eye-witness told The Guardian: "A car hit five or six people. People were flung everywhere. I saw a man in a bush afterwards and a lady with head injuries."

The police said there was no evidence the collision was terror-related.