Additional attacks in London confirmed by police

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The Metropolitan Police in London have confirmed on their Twitter page that they are now responding to multiple incidents, since the terror attack on the London Bridge Saturday evening, when a white van intentionally plowed into pedestrians on the bridge.

Police said, “As well as #LondonBridge officers have also responded to an incident in #BoroughMarket. We have armed police at the scenes.”

Soon after, police followed up with an update, confirming they have responded to reports of stabbings in Bourough Market, and shots had been fired.

Then police tweeted another notice, saying, “Officers are now responding to an incident in the #Vauxhall area.”

The Sun has reported that seven people are dead so far from the bridge attack, with at least another 20 injured.  The van plowed into the group of pedestrians, driving an estimated 50mph, then at least 3 men with hunting knives jumped out of the van and started stabbing people.


The MetPolice have confirmed that both incidents at London Bridge and Borough Market are terrorist attacks, and the third incident at Vauxhall is a stabbing.

More from The Sun:

Staff at a packed pub in London Bridge locked the doors as the gang tried to smash their way in. Witnesses saw one man stabbed in the chest five times.

The gang had metal canisters strapped to their chests and two were gunned down – believe killed – by armed police, witnesses said. Another three were thought to be still on the run last night.

One bystander is believed to have been shot in the head by crossfire.

The Metropolitan Police have confirmed a third incident in the Vauxhall area, in which a suspect has been pictured being arrested, after tweeting “you must run, hide and tell.”

After the first terror attack, police went into a bar filled with customers and started ordering them to all get down.


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