Update to our story of this morning. Metropolitan police have now confirmed that London was faced with yet another terror attack.
A bomb was detonated in a train carriage which left 20 people injured (including a 12-year old schoolboy) after ‘sending a fireball flying down train carriage’
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Witnesses describe the bomb scene where bloodied and burned commuters who were simply trying to get to work on time had to 'run for their lives' after the explosion on the London Underground this morning.
People were fleeing in panic and jumped out of the train at Parsons Green.
Police latest: 'We believe there is a second bomb - there is a man with knives on the loose.'
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UK Prime Minister Theresa May is coordinating the police response during a of the Government's Cobra emergencies committee.
The terror suspect is believed to be still on the loose in what appears to be the already fourth major terror attack on British soil in six months. Another blow for Prime Minister Theresa May who has to deal with this as well as handling the Brexit negotiations for her government.
Her tweet after being updated of the attack said: My thoughts are with those injured at Parsons Green and emergency services who are responding bravely to this terrorist incident."
Already in 2017, 5 people died in London Westminster on March, 22 were killed in the Ariana Grande bombing in Manchester in May of this year and another 8 were killed in the van and knife rampage on London Bridge in June which took place in the Borough market area.
Britain is still on high alert. The official threat level remains at severe - meaning an attack is seen as "highly likely".
After this morning’s latest attack, we can certainly understand why.