This is the moment the alleged driver of the van that ploughed into pedestrians outside Finsbury Park mosque was loaded away by police .
Footage shows the man being held by a police officer as angry crowds gather behind him.
Screams can be heard in the background as pedestrians try to figure out what has happened.
After the attack the man was reportedly tackled by civilians, and a crowd of angry bystanders gave him to police.
However despite the fact that the suspect had just tried to run them over, the crowd remained relatively calm as he was taken away.
At least ten people were injured when a rented van ploughed into worshippers who were just leaving the Finsbury Park mosque in Seven Sisters, North London.
One elderly man is feared to have died.
Atikur Arhman, 41, from Finsbury Park, said: ‘An elderly man who just came from the mosque, he just fainted and people were picking him up when the van he just sped up and ran them over when the guy was one the floor.
The suspect is pinned against the van by police officers as a crowd shouts
‘It’s not safe anymore after what’s been happening. It’s not been safe to walk around the city.’
One victim of the attack is believed to have died.
The suspect screamed ‘I’m going to kill all Muslims’ before he was tackled to the floor, according to a witness.
Abdulrahman Saleh Alamoudi said he was among a group of people helping an elderly worshipper who had fallen down, perhaps because of the heat, when the van swerved towards them.
He told BuzzFeed News: ‘This big van just came and went all over us.
At least ten people are reported to have been injured
‘I think at least eight or 10 people got injured. Luckily I managed to escape. And then the guy came out of his van and I got him.
‘He was screaming, he was saying, ‘I’m going to kill all Muslims, I’m going to kill all Muslims’. He was throwing punches.
‘Then we managed to get him on the floor. Then he was saying, ‘Kill me, kill me’. I said, ‘We are not going to kill you. Why did you do that?’ He wouldn’t say anything.’
Salah Alamoudi said eight people were hit and up to three of them were in a ‘life-threatening’ condition.
He said that they had to hold the suspect on the ground for up to half an hour before police arrived.
‘The guy, I had to keep him at least half an hour. He was a strong guy. A big man,’ he said.
‘It was heartbreaking. It wasn’t an accident.’