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Terrorism at Parliament in London: Here's What Happened
17 August 2018, 01:18 | Tara Lloyd
REPORTING GMB reporter Richard Gaisford was on of the first on the scene
He allegedly drove through the night from Birmingham to London and toured the areas of Westminster, Whitehall and Tottenham Court Road, the Telegraphsaid.
The suspect, a 29-year-old British national, was known to police in the West Midlands but not MI5 or counter terrorism officers. That was one of four vehicle-based terror attacks in London in the past 18 months.
Metropolitan Police counter-terrorism head Neil Basu said on Tuesday that the apparent deliberate nature of the act, the method used and the "iconic" location of Parliament led the force to treat it as a terrorist incident. He was not known to security services before Tuesday.
Forensic investigators at the site of the auto crash, which injured three people. Westminster Tube station is now closed.
The Fiesta auto was seen swerving across the road and hitting cyclists before crashing into a barrier.
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The silver Ford Fiesta used in the attack was driven from Birmingham to London late on Monday and spent nearly five hours in the Tottenham Court Road area.
"I heard a few shouts, looked up and this silver vehicle was driving at high speed the wrong way into the cyclists", the 31-year-old said. One woman remained hospitalized Tuesday afternoon, but her injuries aren't believed to be life threatening, authorities said.
In March 2017, Khalid Masood, 52, killed four people on nearby Westminster Bridge before he stabbed to death an unarmed police officer in the grounds of parliament.
AC Basu said the suspect was in custody but was not cooperating with detectives. Reports indicate at least some of the injured were cyclists.
Officers have cordoned the whole square off and are asking the public and press to move away from the scene.
Barry Williams, a BBC member of staff based at Millbank, said: "I heard lots of screams and turned round".
On March 22, 2017, an Islamic terrorist drove along the sidewalk of Westminster Bridge and plowed into pedestrians before crashing the auto and running into the Palace of Westminster, where he stabbed an unarmed police officer.
Images shot by a Euronews journalist showed police pointing their guns at the vehicle shortly after the crash.
British Home Secretary Sajid Javid said, "Huge thanks to our emergency services for their rapid reaction to incident in Westminster this morning".
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