The blasts on London Bridge were described as a terrorist attack on Friday, with police issuing a statement that the suspect who carried out the attack was killed. Police said the suspect who wore the bom vest was a fake. According to local media reports, two of the people injured in the incident have died.
Neil Basu, assistant commissioner of Scotland Yard's Counter Terrorism Policing, said in a statement to the media at London's New Scotland Yard headquarters that several people were injured in the incident, some of whom were in critical condition.
Neil Basu said that the Metropolitan Police Force was trying to find out the reason for this attack first with an open mind as the counter-tariff officers in this area constantly conduct search operations so that there is no incident that threatens the lives of the people. He said in his statement, 'We received a report of the incident of knife raid on London Bridge at 2 pm today, after which the officers of the Metropolitan Police and City of London Police reached the spot and initiated action. The suspect has been piled on the spot by Ordered Specialist Officers of the London Police '.