The number of those killed in nighttime attacks in London has risen to seven
As a result of two terrorist attacks that occurred in the night of Sunday, June 4, in Central London, killing seven people. Earlier it was reported about six victims of the incident.
The number of those killed in the attacks in London that occurred in the night of Sunday, June 4, has grown from six to seven people, reports Reuters with reference to police.
At least 48 people remain in hospital in London, where they provide health care. Dozens of people with minor injuries were treated at the scene.
Two terrorist attacks occurred in the center of the British capital on Sunday night, at midnight Moscow time. On London bridge a van, in which the attackers were, made arrival on pedestrians, and then did not stop, but continued moving and reached borough market (Borough Market). There the vehicle came three men armed with hunting knives which began attacking passers-by.
Law enforcement officials managed to shoot all three attackers. Their identity is not yet established. No terrorist organization has yet claimed responsibility for the attack.
A series of attacks in Central London
This is the third attack in the country over the past 2.5 months. In connection with the terrorist attacks.
The conservative party of Prime Minister Theresa may and the labour party after the attack announced that it was suspending its election campaign.
The same decision was taken in the Scottish national party.
Vladimir Putin expressed his condolences after the attack in Central London.