Eight people have been injured after a taxi drove into a crowd of people including Mexico World Cup supporters in central Moscow.
The driver in the crash on Saturday has been detained, police said.
There is now no details on the condition of those who were injured.
The driver attempted to flee the scene but was apprehended by police, a witness said.
"He just does not get injuries, it's impossible to break him."".
Police said seven people were hurt in the incident, which took place as residents and visiting soccer fans thronged the centre of Moscow on a balmy summer evening. Authorities say the driver lost control of the vehicle.
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Among the injured included Mexican fans who were gearing up to watch the North American's opening World Cup game against Germany tomorrow, reports Daily Mail.
Moscow's traffic management authority said the taxi driver had a driver's licence issued in Kyrgyzstan, a mainly Muslim ex-Soviet republic. He was shouting: "'It wasn't me'".
Moscow traffic authority has published a photograph which shows two ambulances at the scene.
Asked if the driver appeared drunk, the witness said: "No, he wasn't drunk".
Russian Federation hosts the 2018 FIFA World Cup from June 14 to July 15.