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One More Victim Dies, 6 People Released From Custody

One More Victim Dies, 6 People Released From Custody

There are two people hospitalized in critical condition, one in a life-threatening condition and two police officers who sustained injuries, Rowley said, adding that a total of at least 50 people were injured with 31 needing hospitalization.

Masood ran over dozens of pedestrians and tourists on Westminster Bridge on Wednesday afternoon before crashing his vehicle into parliament, where he managed to stab a police officer before being shot dead. After stabbing a police officer, who was later confirmed dead at the scene, the attacker was shot.

London terrorist Khalid Masood acted alone, there is no information suggesting that further attacks have been planned, London Metropolitan Police said.

Although ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack, they did not name Masood and gave no details, making it unclear whether he was directly connected to the terrorist group.

British police admitted yesterday they may never know the motive behind this week's terror attack on parliament, after releasing all but one of 11 people held over the assault.

PM Narendra Modi expressed his Condolences for victims of the terror attack in London. None of them are believed to have been involved in the London attack, but police say they are suspected of plotting other terrorist attacks in Britain.

Rowley said police had thus far conducted a total of 15 searches across the country, and that five more were now underway.

The other victims were 48-year-old policeman Keith Palmer and, on the bridge, 43-year-old Briton Aysha Frade, who was on her way to pick up her two daughters, and an American citizen in his 50s, Kurt Cochran.

He also specified that the police have been focusing on understanding Masood's reasons to carry out the attack, his preparation and his associates.

Khalid Masood, the assailant of the deadly attack is treated by emergency services outside the Houses of Parliament in London on March 22, 2017. I have to say since the news of the bad incident first broke we have been inundated with people expressing support and sympathy. He was not a subject of any investigations at the time of the attack, nor was there any intelligence related to the attack.

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