Following the weekend drive-by shooting at a memorial ceremony in London, police have been recorded on film surrounding a vehicle driven by two suspects.
On Saturday, armed officers can be seen surrounding the vehicle on the peaceful residential street near Euston in North London.
It occurred after a gunshot during a memorial for Sara Sanchez and her mother, Fresia Calderon, whose ex-husband is affiliated with the infamous Colombian Cali Cartel.
The video shows armed officers surrounding a vehicle and pushing the occupants to exit.
Both males were placed on the ground and restrained by skilled firearms officers.
Two males are surrounded by police armed with firearms and ordered to “get on the ground.”
They were violently extracted from a vehicle comparable to the Toyota C-HR utilized in the incident.
An eyewitness told the Sun that police made “heavy contact” with the vehicle, adding, “I’ve never seen anything like it – it happened so quickly and turned into a major police operation in a flash.”
A man has been detained on charges of attempted murder after a church drive-by gunshot left a seven-year-old girl in critical condition.
Carlos Arturo Sanchez-Coronado (left) was the ex-husband of Fresia Calderon, one of the individuals being honored at the memorial event.
Scotland Yard reported that a black Toyota C-HR fired shotgun pellets at 1:30 p.m. before driving away.
In the incident, four ladies and two children were hurt, with the youngest being in critical condition.
Sunday at approximately 4:00 p.m., a car was stopped on Cricklewood Lane in Barnet, according to the Metropolitan Police.
Saturday night, police investigators investigate the scene of the gunshot near Euston station.
Saturday’s memorial ceremony invitation requested that attendees wear white in honor of the deceased mother and daughter.
The shooting occurred during a memorial service for Fresia Calderon (left) and her daughter Sara Sanchez (right), who passed away within a month of one another.
He is currently in detention.
Three women, aged 48, 54, and 41, were transported to a hospital in central London.
According to sources, all of their injuries were evaluated and deemed non-life threatening.
According to police, the 48-year-old has life-threatening injuries.
Also sent to a central London hospital was a 21-year-old woman whose health has been deemed non-life-threatening.
The girl, aged seven, remains hospitalized in critical but stable condition.
A leg injury sustained by a 12-year-old girl is likely to heal completely.
According to witnesses, the gunfire sent mourners fleeing and shouting, with many taking refuge inside the church.
Father Jeremy Trood, who presided over the event, revealed that it was a Requiem Mass for 20-year-old Sara Sanchez and her mother, who both passed away in November.
Ms. Sanchez suffered from leukemia for three years prior to passing away.
Her demise occurred when her mother died abruptly of a rare blood clot at Heathrow upon arrival from Colombia.