Our latest statement about the incident in #London Bridge.We have taken at least 20 patients to six hospitals across London.Britain has been sent reeling after its capital city was attacked by armed men who launched an assault that left seven people dead and the country stunned, less than a week before the General Election.
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General election campaigning has been suspended in the wake of the attack.
On London Bridge, eyewitnesses reported seeing several people lying injured on the pavement or the middle of the road, after a white van began mowing people down some time after 10pm.
pic.twitter.com/e DRdk48CBu — London Ambulance (@Ldn_Ambulance) June 4, 2017Police said the suspects then made their way to Borough Market and started attacking people with people with knives.
There were reports of Londoners out for a Saturday night, fending off the attackers with chairs and glasses.
The US doctor who wants to save Charlie Gard has spent five hours examining him at Great Ormond Street Hospital today.
Dr Michio Hirano believes he can help the little boy with experimental nucleoside drugs and travelled to London overnight at a High Court judge's invitation.
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Dr Michio Hirano, who is a world expert on the nucleoside treatment being denied to Charlie, from the Columbia University Medical Center in New York, flew in overnight and saw the little boy today with a medic from the Pope's hospital in Rome DR Michio Hirano – Charlie's last hope – is one of the world's top researchers in mitochondrial diseases and has spent 30 years working in neurology.