In pictures: Terror van attack outside London mosque

Prime Minister Theresa May has condemned a terror attack that saw a group of Muslims hit with a van outside a north London mosque as "sickening".

The suspected van driver was detained by worshippers after being heard shouting "I want to kill more Muslims" following an attack in which 10 people were injured.

An elderly man who had collapsed before the attack died at the scene.

Police descended on Finsbury Park after learning of the 12.20am attack. Credit: PA
Police attempted to control the crowds of bystanders who had witnessed the van attack. Credit: PA
Armed police were deployed. Credit: PA
Police officers man a cordon near the Seven Sisters Road. Credit: PA
London Fire Brigade also attended the scene. Credit: PA
Locals continued prayers close to the attack site. Credit: PA
Daylight saw the police operation developing around the white van used in the attack. Credit: PA
Forensic investigators worked behind the cordon. Credit: PA
Nassima Benaouda and Marwa Karkar witnessed the attack among those injured. Credit: ITV News
Local officers attended to the local community. Credit: PA
The use of the Pontyclun Van Hire vehicle led investigators to the Welsh van hire firm. Credit: PA
The firm in Mid Glamorgan confirmed it was cooperating fully with police as it condemned the use of the van in the attack. Credit: PA
Prime Minister Theresa May condemned the attack as 'sickening' in a statement at Downing Street. Credit:
The prime minister later joined Met Commissioner Cressida Dick in meeting faith leaders at the Finsbury Park Mosque.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn joined faith leaders in observing a minute's silence after the attack in his Islington constituency.