Police arrest 3 more in London Bridge attack investigation

Police arrest 3 more in London Bridge attack investigation

However, some nearby businesses have started to reopen.

Witnesses described seeing the 39-year-old Echeverria using a skateboard against attackers before he fell to the ground during last Saturday's attacks on and near London Bridge. On the night of the attack, staff pretended to lock the doors in a move that was thought to protect 20 customers inside.

John Vincent, the CEO and founder of Leon's, said: "Some of the people who were here on Saturday night are still a bit fragile". Detectives suspect the carnage inflicted could have been even worse if Khuram Butt had not failed to secure the vehicle because his payment did not go through. "Now, more than ever, we need to work together to stop the actions of the mindless few who claim to be acting in the name of Islam", they said.

Armed woman police officers patrol with their male colleagues on London Bridge in London.

The officer, who has not been named but is reported to have been with the force for under two years, suffered injuries to his head, arm and leg and is said to be "seriously unwell" in hospital.

In a statement, he thanked members of the public for their support. They said they were unaware of the other two men. I want to say sorry to the families that lost their loved ones.

He added: "There was a male arrested, but I don't know who that was".

"Like every police officer who responded, I was simply doing my job".

Police shot and killed the three attackers, who were wearing suicide vests that turned out to be fakes.

The footage believed to be from a surveillance camera emerged on social media. They then ran down a set of stairs and into the market, stabbing people at bars and restaurants as they went.

As the fallout from the atrocity continued, all eight people killed in the massacre were identified, while a further 10 victims remain in a critical condition.

But Haydon said "there was no evidence uncovered of any attack-planning in relation to him".

Meanwhile, 6 men were been arrested for terrorism offenses as voting began in Britain's national election.

Dramatic video footage released Thursday captures the moment when armed police swooped into a busy market area near London Bridge on Saturday night and shot dead three attackers who had just left a trail of bloodshed, killing eight people and wounding scores.

British police have arrested two more suspects over the London Bridge attack, and revealed that the carnage could have been worse had the attackers succeeded in their goal of renting a truck, rather than a van, to mow down pedestrians.

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