One dead, catastrophic injuries after UK parliament attack - Press Association | Reuters

LONDON One woman has died and other people are being treated for 'catastrophic' injuries after an attack near parliament on Wednesday, British news agency Press Association reported, citing a junior doctor at a central London hospital. Reuters reporters inside parliament heard loud bangs and shortly afterwards a Reuters photographer said he saw at least a dozen people injured on Westminster Bridge, next to parliament, in what police said they are treating as a terrorist incident. (Reporting by Kate Holton, writing by David Milliken; editing by Stephen Addison)

Reuters March 22, 2017 22:31:43 IST
One dead, catastrophic injuries after UK parliament attack - Press Association
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One dead catastrophic injuries after UK parliament attack  Press Association
 Reuters

LONDON One woman has died and other people are being treated for "catastrophic" injuries after an attack near parliament on Wednesday, British news agency Press Association reported, citing a junior doctor at a central London hospital.

Reuters reporters inside parliament heard loud bangs and shortly afterwards a Reuters photographer said he saw at least a dozen people injured on Westminster Bridge, next to parliament, in what police said they are treating as a terrorist incident.

(Reporting by Kate Holton, writing by David Milliken; editing by Stephen Addison)

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