1. Metropolitan Police Service Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said early Sunday that a driver struck pedestrians gathered on the London Bridge around 10 p.m. before continuing on to Borough Market.
  2. After reaching the area, the assailants got out of the vehicle and stabbed multiple people. Three men suspected of perpetrating the attacks were shot and killed by police at Borough Market, Rowley said.
  3. "Our current belief is that there were three attackers," he said. "But we've still got some more inquires to do to be 100 percent confident of that."
  4. The London Ambulance Service said it took more than 30 patients to hospitals across London after the attacks.
  5. "A number of other patients were treated for less serious injuries at the scene," Peter Rhodes, assistant director of operations for the London Ambulance Service said in a statement. "Our thoughts are will everyone affected."
  6. Video posted by witnesses on social media showed a heavy police presence on the London Bridge in the aftermath of the vehicular attack.
  7. Witnesses told Reuters that a speeding van ploughed into five or six people on the bridge.
  8. The reports come just over one month after a terrorist struck in downtown London. Five people died and more than 50 others were injured on March 22 when a man, identified by police as 52-year-old Khalid Masood, drove a car into pedestrians on the Westminster Bridge before stabbing a police officer.
  9. The attack comes less than two weeks after 22 people were killed at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England. Authorities raised the terror threat level to critical in the aftermath of the attack, but it was downgraded to severe last week.
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  11. Update 11:20 p.m. ET: Police said additional officers will be deployed across London in the aftermath of Saturday night's London Bridge terror attacks.
  12. Update 10:56 p.m. ET: A British Transport Police officer was among the people injured terror attacks reported in London late Saturday night.
  13. The officer, who was not identified, suffered injuries to his head, face and leg. In a statement, British Transport Police said the officer's injuries appeared to be serious but not life-threatening.
  14. Update 10:51 p.m.: Speaking with reporters early Sunday, London police said that six people were killed in the attacks near the London Bridge.
  15. "Our current belief is that there were three attackers," said Mark Rowley assistant commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service. "But we've still got some more inquires to do to be 100 percent confident of that."
  16. Rowley said the attackers were shot and killed by police.
  17. Update 10:10 p.m. ET: The U.S. State Department condemned the "cowardly" terror attacks in London in a statement Saturday.
  18. "Our hearts are with the families and loved ones of the victims," the statement said. "We wish a full and quick recovery to those injured in the attacks. All Americans stand in solidarity with the people of the United Kingdom."
  19. Update 9:38 p.m. ET: The London Ambulance Service said it took at least 20 patients to six hospitals across London after police were called on Saturday night to reports of a driver mowing down pedestrians on the London Bridge.
  20. Peter Rhodes, assistant director of the London Ambulance Service, said multiple other people suffered "less serious injuries."
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