BBC cameraman Giles Wooltorton has been taken to hospital after his foot was run over by a car carrying Jeremy Corbyn.
The incident happened as the Labour leader arrived at the Institution of Engineering and Technology in London for a party meeting to discuss the draft general election manifesto.
Mr Wooltorton was said to be in good spirits while waiting for an ambulance.
The BBC said it was focusing on “making sure he was OK”.
In a statement the broadcaster said: “An experienced BBC cameraman has been injured while filming at the Labour Party manifesto meeting.
“He has been taken to hospital for assessment and treatment. At the moment the BBC are focusing on their duty of care, making sure that he is OK.”
Police have interviewed witnesses and a senior Labour source said the party was “looking into” the incident.