Ilford teen charged in connection with Islington pub collision
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A teenager from Ilford has been charged after a car hit four pedestrians outside a busy Islington pub.
Days after the Westminster terror attack, a vehicle crashed into people in Essex Road on Saturday March 25.
An Ilford 17-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is one of four teens charged with aggravated vehicle taking.
Malique Howe, 19, of south east London, another 17-year-old from Highbury, and a 15-year-old were also charged.
All four will appear at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court today.
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A fifth teen was arrested in connection with the investigation and has been bailed to return in May.
A police spokesman said the incident was not being treated at terror related.
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“At 11pm, a vehicle collided with four people outside a pub in Essex Road,” he said.
Two women and one man were taken to hospital for treatment.
One of them has since been discharged while the other two remain in hospital in a non-life threatening condition.