Note: No audio sound as this is a CCTV film
A man has been arrested after a car crashed into a large crowd of people on the popular Venice Beach boardwalk in California leaving one person killed and 11 injured.
CCTV footage showed a man parking his black vehicle along the seaside boardwalk and watching the crowd for several minutes (probably deciding how to hit them) before getting back into the car and speeding into the crowd.
Louisa Hodge, 35, who witnessed the crash, said: "There was people kind of stumbling around, blood dripping down their legs looking confused not knowing what had happened, people screaming.
"It was blocks and blocks of people just strewn across the sidewalk."
Firefighters found 12 people injured among the crowd. Ten were taken to hospital, where one later died, fire officials said.
Another victim is in a critical condition and two others are in a serious condition.
The driver fled the scene, but an hour later a man walked into a police station in Santa Monica and said he was involved in the crash, Lt Neiman said.
Police then found a car nearby that is thought to be the one involved in the crash.