9 dead, 30 injured following London terror attacks


Police and members of the emergency services attend to victims of a terror attack on London Bridge in central London on June 3, 2017.
Armed police opened fire during what they described as a “terrorist” attack in central London Saturday after reports of stabbings and a van ploughing into pedestrians just days ahead of a general election. / AFP PHOTO / DANIEL SORABJI (Photo credit should read DANIEL SORABJI/AFP/Getty Images)

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(CNN) -- More than 30 people were taken to five hospitals after the terror attacks Saturday night, London Ambulance Service Assistant Director of Operations Peter Rhodes says. Other people were treated at the scene, Rhodes says. More than 80 medics responded to the scenes at London Bridge and Borough Market.

Nine people, including three attackers, were killed during Saturday night's terror attacks at London Bridge and a nearby market, Mark Rowley of the Metropolitan Police told reporters.

In a statement, Assistant Commissioner Rowley said that Metro PD received reports of a vehicle that struck pedestrians on the London Bridge, then continued to drive to Borough market.

A number of suspects left the vehicle and a number of people were stabbed. Police confronted and shot the three male suspects, who looked like they were wearing explosive vests but these were later confirmed as hoaxes.

Metro PD is treating the incident as terrorism.

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