A six-year-old girl is in hospital and a ten-year-old boy was injured after a car crash outside a primary school in Surrey.
A 75-year-old woman was also hospitalized after a vehicle hit three pedestrians in Redhill, Surrey, on Friday morning.
Emergency services were called to St Joseph’s Catholic School at around 8.55am following reports that a silver Honda Jazz collided with three people.
Surrey Police said the driver stopped after the collision and cooperated with officers. No arrests have been made.
St Joseph’s Catholic School confirmed there had been an “accident” on Friday, but declined to provide further details.
Police are appealing for witnesses or anyone with CCTV footage of the incident as the investigation continues.
It comes after two eight-year-old girls were killed and many others injured when a 4×4 vehicle crashed into the grounds of a primary school in south-west London on July 7.
Third year students at The Study Preparatory school in Wimbledon had gathered with parents and teachers to celebrate the last day of term.
During the celebration, a Land Rover Defender worth £80,000 crashed through the school’s perimeter fence.
The Metropolitan Police confirmed that the driver of the Land Rover, a woman in her 40s, had been arrested at the scene and was being questioned on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
There were initial reports that the driver may have suffered a medical incident before the accident but, after a brief hospital check-up as a precaution, she was arrested and taken into custody for questioning.
It emerged that detectives were examining the woman’s mobile phone and were also trying to determine if the 4×4 vehicle was speeding before the accident.