Norwich man tells of shocking scenes around Westminster Bridge Martin Pearce, who witnessed the aftermath of what is being treated as a terrorist incident in London.
Photo: Martin Pearce A policeman was killed and his attacker shot dead after what the Met Police are calling a "major terrorist incident" at the Houses of Parliament. Another two people have been confirmed dead, and are thought to have been killed on Westminster Bridge louis vuitton shoes neiman marcus when a car driven by the attacker mounted the pavement, and hit pedestrians. Up to 20 people have been injured. Martin Pearce, 34, was in the capital to watch the recording of ITV's The Nightly Show, and was waiting for a bus near Lambeth Bridge when he heard the sirens, and saw a police boat speed past on the Thames. "I wanted to see what was going on," said Mr Pearce, who works at Morrisons petrol station at Riverside. "As I was walking down towards Westminster I saw a sight seeing boat next to the louis vuitton purses serial number bridge, they were picking people up out of the water who I think had jumped from the bridge." He said as he approached louis vuitton bags jeddah the Houses of Parliament, he realised all the traffic had stopped on the bridge. "There was a guy at the bottom of a flight of steps, I don't know if he had jumped to get out of the way, but louis vuitton bracelet inclusion when I walked back he had a blanket put over him so I think he had sadly passed away." He said there were other injured people on the bridge, including a woman who had fallen into a postcard stand and many others propping themselves up. "The police then moved me on," he added. "But as I looked back there were at least three people propped up for support." Mr Pearce said everyone in the area was in shock.
"We're all emotional, you don't expect to it, you see it on TV but you don't think of it happening. There were people trapped on the London Eye and all the roads are closed.".
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