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fear which gripped Parliament before people knew exactly what had happened and the huge sadness and concern when the scale of what had happened unfolded, with many of those injured in hospital having suffered some pretty traumatic injuries and a loss of life, which we have been talking about. The.
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the events that unfolded, they were not surprised that this officer rushed forward, put himself in harms way to try to prevent that attacker from getting into the House of parliament proper
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the ground around him. The cobbles where he dropped them. As the terror attack unfolded, panic stricken passers-by fled for their lives, the sound of the police gunshots burning the attacker down following them across the road. -- bringing the attacker down
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London was struck by a terror attack on Wednesday that killed three people and left dozens injured in the city's deadliest attack in over a decade. Here's how it unfolded:
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She was here in Westminster than the dreadful events unfolded yesterday. Welcome to Sky News. For word you when the incident gang yesterday afternoon, were you here in Parliament, which part of the building?.
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The cobbles where he dropped them. As the terror attack unfolded, panic stricken passers-by fled for their lives, the sound of the police gunshots burning the attacker down following them across the road. Today we learned the name of another of the killer's victims,.
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Pupils from a north Cornwall school were inside the Houses of Parliament just hours before a terror attack unfolded outside the building. Year 6 pupils from St Minver School are currently on a school trip in London and visited Parliament on the same day that the horrific incident left four people dead and at least 40 others injured. On Wednesday morning the children were met inside the Houses of Parliament by their local MP, Scott Mann, and shown around the building. Read next: Westminster...
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Yard, wanting to know when we can get Westminster, that area of central London, back to a sense of normality. He will have been told recently that Westminster bridge has been reopened, less than 24 hours after these events unfolded. Thank you
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witnessed Terra up close. -- has been a reflection. It Lawton's day out to close. -- has been a reflection. It Lawton's day out to the capital turned from jolly to nightmare. The butcher from Redditch was with his wife receiving an award in the House of Commons when the mayhem unfolded outside. A lot of people had left the awards.
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the words of the Mayor, Sadiq Khan this morning. There was a minute's silence at City Hall, as there was at Westminster, where yesterday's events unfolded. The Mayor is being briefed now on the latest developments in the counter-terrorism investigation. Our political Editor Tim Donovan is at City Hall
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As the terror attack unfolded, panic stricken passers-by fled for their lives, the sound of the police gunshot burning the attacker down following them across the road. Today we learned the name of another of the killer's victims, Aysha Frade, a woman in her 40s murdered by a man she never knew
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Our investigation is ongoingdeveloping all the time — and is focused on [the attacker's] motivation, his preparation and associates, Mark Rowley , the acting deputy commissioner of the London Metropolitan Police, announced. Meanwhile, a witness to the London terrorist attack described their horror as the incident unfolded. PHOTOS: Watch: President’s Half-Brother Slams His Response To TerrorOnly Trump Can Defeat ISIS! We were taking photos of Big Ben and we saw all the people running towards us, and then there was a guy in about his 40s carrying a knife about seven or eight inches long, Jayne Wilkinson told the Daily Mail . And then there were three shots fired, and then we crossed the road and looked over. The man was on the floor with blood. We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at tips@radaronline.com, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.
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Armed officers shot the attacker dead but not before he had killed two members of the public and the 48-year policeman guarding the seat of British political power in the deadliest attack in the country since 2005. Press Association news agency photos believed to be of the attacker lying on an ambulance stretcher showed a burly man wearing black clothes and a beard. Other pictures showed two people being treated on the ground inside the vehicle entrance gates of parliament, with a knife visible on the cobblestones, while three shots were heard ringing out on video footage as terrified passers-by fled. British lawmaker Mary Creagh told AFP there was "a real sense of panic" as the attack unfolded and a doctor at nearby St Thomas' Hospital said they were treating people with "catastrophic" injuries. Sick and depraved Prime Minister Theresa May described the attack as "sick and depraved" in a defiant address in which she affirmed parliament would meet as normal on Thursday.
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"I came out of where I work and saw a car had pulled up and I heard, I just heard bang bang bang and people running everywhere." White House condemnation In Washington, the White House said President Donald Trump spoke with Prime Minister May and was briefed on the situation in London. "We obviously condemn today’s attack in Westminster which the United Kingdom is treating as an act of terrorism, and we applaud the quick response that the British police and their first responders made to the situation," spokesman Sean Spicer said. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security said it is in close contact with British authorities, but that the U.S. domestic security posture remains unchanged. As the attack unfolded, May was in a voting lobby adjacent to the chamber of the House of Commons. Her plainclothes bodyguards drew their weapons and one officer put his arm around the prime minister as they quickly escorted her out of the House of Commons, according to Andrew Bridgen, a Conservative lawmaker.
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An MP has detailed events inside Parliament as the terror attack which has so far claimed five lives unfolded.He also said he was in favour of increased security measures, including allowing security services to snoop on communications - and that society should give more support to moderate British muslims.John Mann MP says he missed witnessing the attack by just 10 seconds. As he was heading to the chamber, he saw the Prime Minister being bundled away and he...
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In the aftermath of the atrocity, Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby welcomed Paula, an American who is currently on holiday in the city. Recalling what she saw and the horror that unfolded, Paula said: "I had gone to visit Westminster but I wasnt able to go into Westminster Abbey. "I wanted to take some time to do some prayer. "I was walking down the street and all of a sudden I saw a car pile down over people like they were dominos," she went on to say as a visibly ...