Four people, including three women, were wounded in a suspected drive-by shooting in north London last night.
Residents in Clarence Gardens, Camden, called the police after hearing gunshots shortly after 10pm.
They reported seeing a gunman open fire from a car as it sped past. Firearms officers and paramedics were also scrambled to the scene.
Two women were treated there before being rushed to hospital, while a man and woman later took themselves to A&E, all with suspected gunshot wounds.
The shooting is not being treated as terror-related.
No arrests have yet been made.
In a statement, the Metropolitan Police said: ‘Police were called shortly before 10.10pm on Saturday, 14 August to reports of gunshots heard in the vicinity of Clarence Gardens, NW1.
‘Officers, including firearms officers, attended along with paramedics from London Ambulance Service.
‘Two women were treated at the scene for suspected gunshot injuries before being taken to hospital.
‘A man and a female later self-presented at hospital with suspected gunshot wounds. We await an update on the condition of all four.’
Police said a Section 60 order was authorised across the borough until 7am this morning.