Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Breaking News: UK parliament shootour treated as terror attack; PM Theresa May safe | Tv6 Updates

LONDON: - The Latest on reports of an episode outside Britain's parliament (all circumstances neighborhood): 

3:50 p.m. 

Witness Rick Longley told the Press Association that he saw a man cut a policeman outside Britain's Parliament. 

"We were simply strolling up to the station and there was a noisy blast and a person, somebody, slammed an auto and took a few people on foot out," he said. 

"They were simply laying there and after that the entire group just surged around the bend by the doors simply inverse Big Ben. 

"A person came past my correct shoulder with a major blade and just began diving it into the policeman. 

"I have never observed anything like that. I can't accept what I just observed." 

Administrator Adam Holloway told the AP he saw individuals running and instantly kept running into his workplaces in Parliament to be with his staff. "A considerable measure of us are secured with our staff right now," he said. 

3:50 p.m. 

The White House says U.S. President Donald Trump has been informed on a firearm and blade episode at Britain's Parliament in London. 

Trump himself said amid a short appearance Wednesday before correspondents at the White House that he was simply getting the news. He called it "huge news." 

Trump's representative, Sean Spicer, says the U.S. will keep on monitoring the circumstance and refresh the president. 

England's Parliament was on lockdown after - as per authorities - an aggressor wounded an officer then was shot by police. 

London Police additionally said officers were called to an episode on close-by Westminster Bridge 

3:40 p.m. 

English official Grant Shapps said on Twitter that he was strolling through the shelters of the House of Commons to vote when he heard four shots. Police advised legislators to get down on the ground and creep to cover. 

"Police reaction moment. Heard disturbance, looked round. Police weapons drawn, 4 shots, police requested us to hit ground and get back, get back," he said. 

3:40 p.m. 

The previous Polish remote priest Radoslaw Sikorski posted a video on Twitter that appears to show individuals lying harmed in the street on Westminster Bridge. 

Sikorski, a senior individual at the Harvard Center for European Studies, says he saw no less than five individuals lying on the ground in the wake of being "mown down" by an auto. 

Sikorski told the BBC he "heard what I thought what I believed was only a crash and afterward I looked through the window of the taxi and somebody down, clearly in incredible pain. 

"At that point I saw a moment individual down, and I began taping, then I saw three more individuals down, one of them draining abundantly." 

3:25 p.m. 

An European security official says there was expanded gab on jihadi systems Tuesday taking after the UK's appropriation of a gadgets restrict on board flights from certain for the most part Muslim nations. 

He stated, notwithstanding, there was no data that the episode was fear related. 

The official talked on state of namelessness since he was not approved to talk about progressing security operations. 

- By Paisley Dodds. 

3:15 p.m. 

The pioneer of Britain's House of Commons says a man assaulted a cop at Parliament and has been shot by police. 

David Lidington says the Parliament complex is in lockdown.

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