Police have released further details about a hit-and-run rampage in Cardiff on Friday.
A 32-year-old mother, named locally as Karina Menzies, was killed and 13 others were injured during the terrifying 30 minute spree.
The youngest victim was a 23-month-old toddler, in total five children were injured in the attack. Two people remain in a critical, but stable condition.
Eyewitnesses said pedestrians were deliberately targeted by someone driving a white van. Police have since confirmed that the suspect also assaulted people outside of his van.
A 31-year-old local man has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
Shady Taha witnessed one of the crashes. He told reporters: "All of a sudden I heard a bang. I looked out and across the road one girl was on the floor and the other girl was screaming.
"I heard a van speed off but I did not see it."
Another attack occurred outside the home of Lynda Paterson, who lives on Cowbridge Road West. She said: "I was going to pick my children up from school and I could see there were police and someone was lying on the floor, on the pavement.
"I could see police running back and forth along the road and I now know a child had been hit."
Superintendent Julian Williams said: "This is a tragic incident that has affected a large number of people, and we thank the people of Cardiff for their help and support.
"Incidents like this are extremely rare here, as they are across South Wales, and we want to reassure the public that a significant number of officers are working on the investigation, including a number of specialist resources.
The force are now appealing for any sightings of a black Renault Clio that was seen driving the wrong way down Western Avenue in Cardiff on Friday afternoon.