London attack: Latest updates from the terror epicenter
23 March, 2017
The police are investigating the deadliest terror attack in central London. Yesterday, on March 22, an attacker wounded tens of pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge. As a result, three people were killed - a police officer protecting Parliament, a woman in her mid-40s and a man in his mid-50s. Approximately 40 other people were injured.
Photo: Injured people are assisted after an incident on Westminster Bridge in London. (Reuters: Toby Melville)
London terror attack scene on Westminster Bridge. Photo credit
daily Express

The attacker, who rammed though pedestrians on Westminster Bridge before attempting to storm the Houses of Parliament, was shot dead at the scene.
Emergency services at the scene of the London terror attack. Photo credit daily Express

As CNN reports, twenty-nine people were treated in hospital, seven of whom are still in critical condition.

Hundreds of detectives worked through the night with their investigation focused on the attacker's motivation, preparation and associates.

As it is known, an attacker acted alone yesterday and was inspired by international terrorism.

A candlelit vigil will be held Thursday evening on Trafalgar Square, not far from Westminster, to show solidarity and remember the victims, the office of London Mayor Sadiq Khan said in a statement.