7 people have been killed in addition to 3 attackers that were shot dead by police, following a terror attack in two different locations in London on Saturday night.  The first happening at London Bridge, where a speeding van plowed into pedestrians, and the second, a knife incident at a nearby cafe at Borough Market where suspects stabbed members of the public, and police.

4 police offices have been injured, in addition to nearly 48 people that have been taken to 5 hospitals.

Police have said the suspects wore hoax explosive vests.

Prime Minister Theresa May has stated that “enough is enough” and condemns the tragic events as a “single evil ideology of Islamist extremism,”

So far, 12 suspects have been arrested in connection to last night’s attacks during the police raids in Barking, east London.

You can read Scotland Yard’s Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley full statement HERE.

A third incident was reported in the Vauxhall area of London but police quickly ruled that to NOT be a terrorist attack.

The attacks tonight come less than two weeks after 22 people were killed and over 100 injured after an explosion outside Manchester Arena, the site of an Ariana Grande concert.

It also comes less than 24 hours before music’s biggest names including Grande, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus and more pay tribute to the victims of the Manchester attacks with a benefit concert, ‘One Love Manchester’.

Ariana Grande’s manager, Scooter Braun has posted the following in reaction to the tragic events.

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Toronto’s own Luka and Jenalyn – two ballroom dancers who were in London to promote the dance-competition show World of Dance and were staying right by the market when they heard gun shots tonight, spoke with our reporter Maurie Sherman about what they heard.

“Well, at first I was taking a nap and when I woke, I woke up to gun shots and people screaming outside…” Jenalyn said.

She added, “we had no idea what was really happening and when we were just on the balcony, the police told us to just come down [ and told us to leave ]. “

Luka spoke about the emotions he felt when he heard the gun shots, telling Maurie, “the emotion was just fear and confusion. We couldn’t exactly see what happened, we could see the aftermath…There’s a lot of fear, a lot of confusion, a lot of stress and trying to figure out what to do.”


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"World Of Dance" Competitors Luka & Jenalyn Witness London Attacks!

Originally Aired: June 3, 2017


The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan released the following statement:



Celebrities are sending their love and prayers through social media after tonight’s attacks in London.

Ariana Grande, Joe Jonas, Demi Lovato, Victoria Justice, Rob Lowe, and more have used social media as a platform to send their thoughts and prayers to those affected during this tragic time.






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