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Two people have been taken to hospital after the were involved in a crash with a police car responding to an emergency 999 call.
The crash happened just before 4am in Woolwich Road, Greenwich in south London, while the police car had its blue lights and siren on.
The two occupants of the Seat car went to hospital as a precaution but are not believed to be seriously injured.
The two police officers did not need hospital treatment and the crash will now be investigated by the Met's Traffic Unit.
The Viking Star arrived in Greenwich as part of her maiden voyage.Read the full story ›
A 47,800 tonne cruise ship squeezed its way through the Thames Barrier today as part of a maiden voyage.
The ship originally set sail on April 11th from Istanbul, making her way through the Mediterranean and eventually into the Atlantic on her way to be christened in Bergen, Norway on May 17th.
The Viking Star weighs 47,800 tons, 465 cabins and will accommodate 930 passengers.
A third man has been charged with murder today four years after a teenager was shot in the face in Greenwich.
17 year old Charlie Wright was shot at a flat on Calvert Road in 2010 and later died from his injuries.
25 year old Mohammed Ibrahim, of no fixed address, will appear at Bromley Magistrates court tomorrow. He is charged with murder, conspiracy to rob and possessing a firearm with intent to endanger life.
Two other men charged with the murder are due to appear at the Old Bailey later this month.
Police in Greenwich say they have arrested a man after a fire was started at a petrol station in the borough.
A 23 year old man from Islington was arrested in the early hours of this morning following the incident at the BP petrol station on Trafalgar Road, which was caught on a CCTV camera.
A member of the public put out the fire, which was started with petrol, with a fire extinguisher.
Police have asked for help identifying a man who started an 'incredibly dangerous' fire at a petrol station in south London.Read the full story ›
The Cutty Sark is open to visitors following a fire on the deck this morning. The bookings office told ITV News the vessel was open to the public as normal following a fire shortly after 7.20am.
The 19th Century Ship was devastated by fire in 2007. London Fire Brigade has described today's incident as a "small fire" and said crews had worked quickly to put it out.
The cause of a fire at the Cutty Sark in Greenwich is being investigated - fire crews dealt with a small fire on the historic vessel this morning.
Teams from Greenwich, Lewisham and East Greenwich fire stations attended the scene.
London Fire Brigade confirmed four fire engines and 21 firefighters dealt with the blaze. A small part of the ship was damaged by fire.
Firefighters worked incredibly quickly to get this small fire under control and minimise damage. Crews carried out salvage work on the ship.
A small fire broke out in the decking of the Cutty Sark this morning.
London Fire Brigade told ITV News the decking and timbers were on fire on Deck 3. They we called just after 7.20am and the fire is now out.
The brigade tweeted that they had got the blaze under control "very quickly" and had carried out salvage work on the ship.
Residents in Greenwich where the ship is located tweeted pictures of the incident.
SMALL fire in Cutty Sark! Now been put out...huge fire service presence..6 fire engines, 1 ambulance, police presence http://t.co/5joUpBOXlJ