Hounslow: Man in court charged with attempted murder after car plows into pedestrians in London

    Hounslow: Two in serious condition after car hits four men in hit-and-run


    a person appeared in court After four years, he was charged with attempted murder men were hit by a car in west London.

    Chaudhry Qamar Azad Razak is also charged with driving with a suspended license in connection with the incident, which happened Sunday morning on Kingsley Road, Hounslow.

    Two of the four victims are all men pedestrians about 20 remain in a serious condition, while two were treated for non-life-threatening injuries, Scotland Yard said.

    The 24-year-old suspect, of Westmacote Drive, Feltham, appeared in custody at Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday charged with four counts of attempted murder, the Met said.

    He was arrested at Heathrow Airport on Sunday evening.

    The police said that the details of the next court hearing have not yet been announced.

    Matt said two other men have been arrested as part of the investigation.

    One man, aged 54, who was arrested for perverting the course of justice, has been released on bail pending further enquiries.

    Another, 36 years old, was arrested for helping a criminal and released under investigation.

    Police said the investigation into the circumstances of the collision is ongoing, but it is not being treated as terrorism-related.


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