A man has been arrested after crashing his car into the iron gates leading to the British Prime Minister’s Office and the Prime Minister’s Residence.
It is said that at the time of the accident, Prime Minister Sunak was in the Prime Minister’s Office and moved immediately.
Recently, events and accidents that have chilled the conversations of major world leaders have followed.
Reporter Hwang Bo-yeon reports.
Downing Street, London, where various government facilities such as the British Prime Minister’s Office and the Prime Minister’s Residence are gathered.
The silver Kia car hit the iron entrance gate and came to a stop.
[사이먼 패리 / 목격자 : 쾅하는 소리를 듣자마자 벌떡 일어났습니다. 많은 아이들이 공황상태에 빠져 달려가는 것을 봤습니다.]
Police cars arrive and ambulances arrive.
Passers-by are brutally stopped by armed police.
[영국 경찰 : 모두 물러서! 뒤로 물러서!]
A man who drove his car into a steel door was arrested at the scene.
[사이먼 패리 / 목격자 : (체포된 운전자는) 듬성듬성한 머리의 50대로 보였어요. 곰돌이 푸 티셔츠를 입고 있었던 것 같습니다.]
The police charged the driver with reckless driving and vandalism, but it was decided that there was no charge of terrorism.
At the time of the accident, the British Prime Minister, Sunak, was said to have been in the Prime Minister’s office near the scene and moved immediately.
Although the world’s top leaders are surrounded by water-tight security, events that have no choice but to surprise them even like this time have followed this year.
On the night of the 22nd, a 19-year-old Nazi believer was caught who drove a truck twice into the White House security barrier saying he would kill US President Biden on the spot.
[카린 장 피에르 / 백악관 공보비서관 : 바이든 대통령이 사건과 관련해 브리핑을 받았습니다. 분명히 대통령은 당시 백악관에서 일하고 있었습니다.]
In Japan, on the 15th of last month, a man in his 20s who had been dissatisfied with the electoral system threw a homemade bomb at Prime Minister Kishida, who was going to a campaign support campaign, and shocked the Japanese archipelago .
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