London Bridge: Man shot dead at scene - vest worn by suspect was 'hoax device' - a number of people stabbed
Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu has confirmed one man was shot dead during an incident on London Bridge on Friday afternoon. has confirmed a "number of people have been stabbed" during a terror related incident on London Bridge on Friday.Mr. Basu also said a vest worn by a suspect was a hoax device and whilst investigators are treating the incident as terror related they are keeping an open mind about the motive.
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Media captionWhat happened at London Bridge stabbing incident? Two members of the public have died and another three people were injured in a stabbing attack at London Bridge Cressida Dick told a press conference the stabbing attack, which has been declared a terrorist incident, began
The two victims of the London Bridge terror attack died after being stabbed in the chest, an inquest has heard.
University of Cambridge graduates Jack Merritt, 25, and 23-year-old Saskia Jones were killed by convicted terrorist Usman Khan during his deadly rampage last Friday.
Mr Hall was working as a co-ordinator at a prisoner rehabilitation conference at Fishmongers' Hall where Khan launched his attack, while Ms Jones was a volunteer at the event.
London Bridge: Knife attacker shot dead and several people injured in terror attack
A number of people were stabbed by the knifeman before he was grappled to the ground by members of the public and shot dead by armed police.Several people were stabbed by the knifeman before he was grappled to the ground and disarmed by members of the public.
CCTV footage shows London Bridge victim Sara Zelenak before she was attacked - video. Clint Wallis, a police officer, told the inquest that when he found Zelenak, who had been stabbed in the neck, on the ground He attempted to give her chest compressions, but these failed to revive her.
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At the Old Bailey on Wednesday, City of London senior coroner Alison Hewitt opened and adjourned inquests into the two victims' deaths.
Detective Superintendent Desmond McHugh told the hearing that Ms Jones was pronounced dead at Fishmongers' Hall at 2.25pm on Friday, while Mr Merritt died a short distance away from the hall at 3.14pm having been moved on a stretcher by police.
Pathologist Dr Fegan-Earl said each victim died from shock and haemorrhaging as a result of a stab wound to the chest.
Three other people were injured in the attack, two are said to be in a stable condition in hospital while the third has returned home.
A date for the full inquest - which will be heard by the chief coroner of England and Wales, Mark Lucraft QC - will be fixed at a future date, the hearing was told.
Ms Hewitt will open the inquest into the death of Khan later today.
The hearings come just months after the conclusion of the Old Bailey inquests into the deaths of eight innocent people during the 2017 London Bridge terror attack.
Woman (29) 'died after accidentally taking too much paracetamol' .
A woman died after accidentally overdosing on paracetamol she was taking for pain. Rebecca Bissett (29) was taking paracetamol over the Easter weekend in 2018 and was hospitalised on Easter Monday, an inquest heard. The young woman was described as a "great daughter" who was much loved by her family. "Becca was a great daughter; she was loved by all her nieces and nephews. She used to do all the activities with them, zip lining and things, she was a great help and they loved her," mother Geraldine Bissett told Dublin Coroner's Court. Ms Bissett lived at home with her mother and two brothers at Fostra, Aughnacliffe, Co Longford.