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London Bridge terror attack: What we know so far

PUBLISHED: 08:11 04 June 2017 | UPDATED: 13:56 04 June 2017

Armed police outside Monument station. Picture: YUI MOK / PA WIRE

Armed police outside Monument station. Picture: YUI MOK / PA WIRE

Last night, three attackers were shot dead after a suspected terror incident in London Bridge and Borough Market. Here is what we know so far.

• 10.07pm - Ambulance services were called to reports of a vehicle ploughing through pedestrians on London Bridge, arriving within six minutes.

• 10.08pm - Police were also called to the scene.

• Officers then attended a second incident at nearby Borough Market after reports of stabbings.

• Within eight minutes, three male suspects were shot dead in Borough Market by police marksman.

• The men were wearing what looked like explosive vests but these were later found to be hoaxes.

• At least 48 patients were taken to five hospitals, London Ambulance Service said, with more than 80 medics having been sent to the scene.

• 12.25am on Sunday - Both incidents were declared by the Metropolitan Police as terror attacks.

• Shortly before 4am - Police confirm six people were killed in the rampage.

• A third incident at Vauxhall was a stabbing and unrelated, Scotland Yard said.

• Prime Minister Theresa May returns to Downing Street to receive further briefings from security officials.

• Prime Minister chairs a meeting of the Government’s Cobra emergency committee.

• 9.30am Sunday - Metropolitan Police confirms that the death roll has risen to seven

• Police confirm 12 people have been arrested after being detained in an armed raid in Barking, east London.

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