The victim in mortal danger: Several stabbed in terror-related attacks in London

A suspected man is killed by the shot of the police on Streatham High Road in south London on Sunday afternoon, after a minimum of three people have been stabbe

The victim in mortal danger: Several stabbed in terror-related attacks in London

A suspected man is killed by the shot of the police on Streatham High Road in south London on Sunday afternoon, after a minimum of three people have been stabbe

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
02 February 2020 Sunday 23:00
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The victim in mortal danger: Several stabbed in terror-related attacks in London

A suspected man is killed by the shot of the police on Streatham High Road in south London on Sunday afternoon, after a minimum of three people have been stabbed on the street. The attack is denoted as terrorist-related.

The typing of the Metropolitan Police on Twitter.

the English police informs on Sunday night that there are at least three wounded. The condition of the people, which has been stuck down, is not known immediately.

One of the victims is in life threatening critical condition, writes the Metropolitan Police on Twitter. The other two victims are not in critical condition.

emergency personnel report that several wounded being treated on the spot. It writes the London ambulance service on Twitter.

'We received at 13.58 today reports on an incident at Streatham High Road. We work closely with the other emergency services and treats a number of persons at the scene of the crime'.

It is unknown whether it is the offender who has been shot, just as it is still unknown how many perpetrators there are.

Photo: Simon Dawson/Ritzau Scanpix

Police ask that you are staying in the area, where armed police and ambulances are present.

According to the BBC has several witnesses reported that it was fired three shots immediately around at 14 local time.

Several witnesses heard gunshots on the street. Photo: Hollie Adams/Getty

On Twitter to thank prime minister Boris Johnson, police and emergency personnel for the effort.

- My thoughts are with the wounded and all who are affected, he writes.

Updated: 02.02.2020 23:00
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