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WATCH: People flee in panic amid London Bridge terrorist attack

WATCH: People flee in panic amid London Bridge terrorist attack
London fell victim to another terrorist attack on Friday with footage from the scene capturing people fleeing the area as unarmed civilians and police tackled the alleged suspect.

The incident unfolded at around 2pm on the busy thoroughfare in the middle of the UK capital. Several people were injured in the stabbing attack before members of the public reportedly restrained the attacker and police officers shot and killed the man.

London Bridge stabbing: Police fire shots at attacker, multiple people injured

The attack sparked panic in the area and footage posted on social media shows authorities evacuating people from buildings in the vicinity.

London Bridge and the nearby Borough Markets were the scene of a deadly ramming and stabbing terrorist attack in June 2017 which left 11 people dead.

A huge number of police and emergency services personnel attended the scene on Friday. In the hours after the incident the Metropolitan Police confirmed that it is treating it as a terror attack.

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