London Ambulance Service treated at least 10 people on Westminster Bridge

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March 22, 2017 19:03
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LONDON - The London Ambulance Service said on Wednesday it had treated at least 10 people on Westminster Bridge, near Britain's parliament building, after an attack police have described as a terrorist incident.

"We can confirm we have treated at least 10 patients on Westminster Bridge and have put a number of hospitals on alert as we continue to respond to this incident," said London Ambulance Service Deputy Director of Operations Pauline Cranmer in a statement.

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