Terror Strikes the Heart of London

Terror Strikes the Heart of London

   
  
 
  
    
  
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      Date Obtained   : 3/22/17     Website   : https://www.theatlantic.com/liveblogs/2017/03/british-parliament-shots-fired/520395/     Credit   : Stefan Wermuth / Reuters

Date Obtained: 3/22/17

Website: https://www.theatlantic.com/liveblogs/2017/03/british-parliament-shots-fired/520395/

Credit: Stefan Wermuth / Reuters

Chaos filled the streets of London near the UK Parliament when an attacker drove a car into a crowd of people on the Westminster Bridge before stabbing a police officer. Four people died, including the unarmed police officer and the perpetrator of the attack, and at least 40 others were injured in the attack. Following the attack, Parliament was placed on lockdown as firearm and medical personnel tended to the scene. British authorities at the moment are treating it as a terror attack until information suggesting otherwise comes to light. Following the attack, Theresa May vowed that the UK will “never give in to terror.”

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