At least seven men in their 20s were injured Saturday evening — two seriously — after a car plowed into a line of pedestrians near Shibuya Ward’s famed scramble intersection in Tokyo, media reports said, with the driver arrested at the scene.

The car slammed into the people shortly after 7:30 p.m. near the crossing in front of JR Shibuya Station, with police initially saying all seven had been only slightly injured. But local media reports Sunday said one of the men hit in the incident had suffered a fractured pelvis and another a fractured skull.

The driver of the car, a man in his 20s, has been arrested on suspicion of negligent driving. He told police that he had been attempting to make a right turn but mishandled the steering wheel and lost control.

The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department was continuing to investigate the incident.

Footage broadcast by NHK from near the scramble intersection showed a grayish-colored car with license plates from Tsuchiura, Ibaraki Prefecture, situated diagonally across two lanes of traffic surrounded by a number of ambulances as onlookers gathered.