Terror in London: 3 Muslim terrorists eliminated after murdering 6 on London Bridge

 Three  Muslim terrorists wearing stab-proof vests drove a van int pedestrians at 50mph on London Bridge before attacking people with hunting knives.

Six people have been murdered and at least 30 have been left wounded following the 10:08pm terror attack. Staff at a packed pub locked the doors as the gang tried to smash their way in. One man was stabbed five times.
Assistant Commissioner of Met Police Mark Rowley confirmed that all three of the depraved Muslim terrorists were shot and eliminated within eight minutes of the first call to emergency services.
A picture taken outside the Wheatsheaf pub in Borough Market shows two of the terrorists lying dead – after being gunned down by cops.
Four explosions – confirmed by police by controlled blasts – were heard outside The Sun offices in London Bridge between 1:23am and 1:49am.
Witness Erick Siguenza told BBC News that one of the Muslim terrorists screamed “This is for Allah” as he went on his stabbing rampage.
The terrorists had metal canisters strapped to their chests which police chief Rowley confirmed were fake suicide vests.
Rowley confirmed that one officer was stabbed and seriously wounded by the terrorists but his injuries are not life threatening.
It has since been confirmed that the British Transport police officer was stabbed in the face.
Met police have confirmed that the attacks in London Bridge and Borough Market were “terror incidents.”
The NHS has confirmed that at least 20 people have been taken to hospital after suffering injuries.
Alex Shellum, a witness at Mudlark pub under London Bridge, described a horrifying attack in which a woman had her throat slit.
He said: “At around 10pm an injured woman came into the pub seeking assistance.
“She was bleeding heavily from the neck – it appeared that her throat had been cut.
“People sought to stem the bleeding and the pub was closed.
A bomb squad and a police helicopter arrived on the scene shortly after the attack.
The walking wounded were being taken by bus to Liverpool Street station.
A cab driver told The Sun that he was stuck at traffic lights when he saw a transit van smash into London Bridge.
He heard gunshots and said a police officer was hurt.