Armed Police respond to three reported 'serious incidents' in capital a week before election.

12 injured at London incidents being treated at terrorist related Armed police clear pedestrians from London Bridge

Armed police and emergency vehicles have been dispatched to the scene, where there were unconfirmed reports bodies lying on the ground.

 

1am Update : Prime Minister Theresa May says 'terrible' London incident treated as 'potential act of terrorism'.

 

Premiere inn was evacuated, man says he was just watching the end of Britains Got Talent when he was told to leave wearing just his pyjamas.

 

Incident in Vauxhall area was a stabbing - not connected to two potential terror attacks in London

 

Man entered a Bourough Market restaurant with a 12 inch knife and stabbed a woman. Staff hrew charis to keeop him away.

 

Confirmed At 0025hrs the incidents at #LondonBridge & #BoroughMarket were declared as terrorist incidents

 

UPDATE : A man has been seen detained in handcuffs

 

Confirmed by Met Police

  • At 2208hrs Officers responded to reports of a vehicle in collision with pedestrians on #London Bridge.
  • Officers have then responded to reports of stabbings in #BoroughMarket. Armed officers responded and shots have been fired.
  • Another incident in Vauxhall , police say, is not connected.
  • Significant Gunfire nearby Southwark Street and may have been armed police.
  • Body Armour, Shields and protective helmets
  • Police are treating this as possible Terrorist attack

 

Local Bars have been evacuated. Also a Hotel near the scene.

 

Armed officers ran to a Man lying unconscious on the Floor.

 

 Ex-military Witness who lives in Flat nearby, says he heard significant gunfire.

 

Witnesses on London Bridge reported seeing a white B&Q van swerve across the bridge before driving into "15-20 pedestrians" just before 10.30pm on Saturday evening.

 

 

 

Downing Street said: "The prime minister is in contact with officials and is being regularly updated on the incident at London Bridge."

 

Authorities are warning people to avoid the area and London Bridge station has been shut.

 

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