Two women have died after a car hit a group of pedestrians in a hospital car park in Greater Manchester.
Police said officers were called to reports of a serious collision in a car park at Withington Community Hospital shortly after 2.05pm on Tuesday.
The women were taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries but both later died, police said.
An 89-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and series injury by dangerous driving and is in police custody.
The incident happened outside Withington Community Hospital in Greater Manchester
The car, believed to a Ford Focus, is understood to have crashed into barriers in a pedestrianised area outside the hospital.
Senior Investigating Officer Sergeant Lee Westhead, from the Serious Collision Investigation Unit for GMP, said: "My thoughts go out to anyone affected by this tragic incident.
"An investigation has commenced to establish the circumstances. We are in the very early stages of the investigation and I would urge anyone who witnessed the collision, or saw the vehicle beforehand, to contact my team as soon as possible."
Incident at Withington Community Hospital - car has hit a couple of people at the entrance. Police everywhere. pic.twitter.com/EX1sFhpJ0w— Iain Miller (@ijsmiller) March 7, 2017
A spokeswoman for North West Ambulance Service said: "We were called at 2.05pm to attend reports of a road traffic collision involving a vehicle and pedestrian."
She said one casualty was taken to Wythenshawe hospital and one to Manchester Royal Infirmary.
She said there were no reports of any other casualties.
Silas Nicholls, chief executive of University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust, which manages Withington Community Hospital, said: "We are extremely saddened by today's events and our thoughts are with all those who have been affected by this tragic news.
"We are currently assisting Greater Manchester Police with their investigation and we are also supporting staff and patients."