Terror attack - death toll rises
POLICE have confirmed that at least 37 people have died following today's terror attacks in London.A police source said the number of fatalities was expected to rise to at least 41.
POLICE have confirmed that at least 37 people have died following today's terror attacks in London.
A police source said the number of fatalities was expected to rise to at least 41.
More than 700 people were injured and 300 need hospital treatment after four blasts rocked the capital in this morning's rush hour.
Services to and from Liverpool Street station were halted but are now beginning to return to normal.
Peter Meades, spokesman for 'one' railways, said trains were expected to run as usual tomorrow.
He also confirmed that trains across East Anglia had been searched this morning.
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He added: "As soon as we heard about the explosions this morning we put into place our security measures which included searching all trains.
"The priority on that was 'one' trains held in London overnight. They were searched this morning and we have got a high state of emergency at the moment."