A number of people have been stabbed and a man has been shot dead by police in an attack at London Bridge.
The Met Police has declared the stabbing attack a terrorist incident.
The suspect, who died at the scene, was believed to have been wearing a hoax explosive device, police said.
A BBC reporter at the scene said he had seen a fight on the bridge, with several men attacking one man. Police then arrived quickly and a number of shots were fired at him, he said.
London citizens wrestling the London Bridge terrorist - Then police took over...pic.twitter.com/fnnfQ2R3gg— PeterSweden (@PeterSweden7) November 29, 2019
This man was walking behind us on the other side of London Bridge when the attack began. He ran through traffic and jumped the central partition to tackle the attacker with several others. We ran away but looks like he disarmed him. Amazing bravery @BBCNews #londonbridge pic.twitter.com/XdWRZyLwVN— George Robarts (@GeorgeRobarts) November 29, 2019
Shout out to this absolute chap on London Bridge who had to be dragged away to allow the police to deal with the situation. pic.twitter.com/4PD5FhXSeJ— Sartorial Thug 🍸(Secretary of State for Bounders) (@SartorialThug) November 29, 2019
Met Police Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu confirms that the alleged attacker who was shot by police on London Bridge has died and that it was a terrorist incident.— Sky News (@SkyNews) November 29, 2019
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This is how you deal with terrorists, fake suicide belt or not.— Michael (@AriboAribo79) November 29, 2019
The police on London Bridge did the right thing in protecting the public.
And the bystander who held the attacker down deserves some sort of commendation, that bomb could've been real #LondonBridge pic.twitter.com/ICAtObNJKQ