Latest: Police officer stabbed outside UK parliament; Officers shoot attacker ‘waving a knife’

Latest: Police officer stabbed outside UK parliament; Officers shoot attacker ‘waving a knife’

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WHAT WE KNOW SO FAR:

  • A police officer has been stabbed outside the UK Houses of Parliament in London; paramedics on site administering treatment;
  • The knifeman has been shot by police; paramedics on site administering treatment;
  • Around three shots were fired outside the Palace of Westminster after the knifeman ran through the gates waving a knife;
  • There appear to have been two incidents; the second on Westminster Bridge where a car was driven onto a pavement;
  • Several people are reported to have been injured in the incident on Westminster Bridge;
  • It is not confirmed whether the driver of the car is the same person as the knifeman shot by police; details still emerging;
  • A London-wide emergency has been put in place as a precaution; police hopeful the incidents are over.

Update 3.45pm: Witness Quentin Letts said he saw a man in black attack a police officer outside the British Parliament before being shot two or three times as he tried to storm into the House of Commons.

“I saw a thick-set man in black clothes come through the gates into New Palace Yard, just below Big Ben,” he told the BBC.

“He had something in his hand, it looked like a stick of some sort, and he was challenged by a couple of policemen in yellow jackets.

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