Four people are dead after a brutal terrorist attack in London at the House of Parliament and RadarOnline.com has a livestream of the crime scene.
A man described as “middle-aged and Asian,” fatally stabbed a police officer with two knives in the London attack. He was shot by other police officers and was taken to the hospital, where he died.
The London attacker also drove a small SUV down Westminster Bridge in the British capital, plowing down pedestrians, two of whom died, before he crashed through a fence onto the government property.
Scotland Yard announced that the attack was being treated “as a terrorist incident until we know otherwise.”
A witness to the London terrorist attack described their terror as the incident unfolded.
“'We were taking photos of Big Ben and we saw all the people running towards us, and then there was an Asian guy in about his 40s carrying a knife about seven or eight inches long,” Jayne Wilkinson told MailOnline.com.
“And then there were three shots fired, and then we crossed the road and looked over. The man was on the floor with blood."
"He had a lightweight jacket on, dark trousers and a shirt. He was running through those gates, towards Parliament, and the police were chasing him.”
Heroically, Tobias Ellwood, a Foreign Office Minister who lost his brother in the Bali terror attack, administered CPR to the policeman who was stabbed.
Foreign Office minister Tobias Ellwood was among those who rushed to help the policeman who had been stabbed.
A second witness recounted the crime.
“'We heard a loud bang and screaming and then I noticed some smoke. I thought it was a car crash,” Frazer Clarke told MailOnline.com.
“I looked towards the front gate and people were running, a police officer and a fellow coming to the gate with two knives."
“He was stabbing the police officer with the knives. He was wearing black tracksuit bottoms, a black of grey top and what looked like work boots. The police officer was stumbling and fell on the floor.”
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