On 22 March in London was a terrorist attack. Unknown ran over the pedestrians on Westminster bridge and crashed into the gates of the UK Parliament. Then the man ran from the vehicle and was attacked with a knife on a police officer. As a result of the tragedy, more than 40 citizens were injured, three persons, including a policeman, died.
Celebrities, and ordinary citizens, expressed condolences to the families and victims. So, one of the first voted President of the United States Donald trump. On Twitter he wrote: “I spoke with the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Theresa may and expressed their condolences over the terrorist attack in London. It is well kept”.
Aside did not remain and British footballer David Beckham (David Beckham). In Instagram he posted, writing that he thoughts with those who suffered in London.
My thoughts are with those who lost loved ones and were injured in London. Prouder than ever of our great city and the people that protect us ??
Supported London and actress Catherine Zeta-Jones (Catherine Zeta-Jones): “I am Sending my prayers and thoughts to You. You should be as strong today as the mighty big Ben”.
Big Ben stands strong today, as does the strength and character of the British people. Sending my thoughts and prayers.
Supermodel Cara Delevingne (Cara Delevingne) appeared laconic. She posted the picture of London and signed it with the hashtag #PrayForLondon (“Pray for London”).
❤??? #PrayForLondon ???❤
Meanwhile Queen Elizabeth II has postponed his visit to Scotland Yard because of the tragedy.
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