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Monday, 5 June 2017

Barrier between pedestrians and cars is installed on Westminster Bridge two months after a driver ploughed into pedestrians

To avoid a repeat of the attack that killed 5 people when a driver ploughed into pedestrians on the Westminster Bridge in London two months ago, and another that killed 7 people when a white van mowed down pedestrians on London Bridge last weekend, barriers have now been placed to separate pedestrians from drivers on three different bridges in London.
The security barriers were installed overnight after Saturday night's terrorist attack. The fences were erected on Waterloo, Lambeth and Westminster bridges. In addition to the barrier, there will also now be heavy security presence on the bridges to avoid repeat attacks and also to make citizens feel safe.

The City Police tweeted about this new development this morning via their official account.
"Morning all - if you're in the #SquareMile today you might see more officers - If you see us say hi #LondonBridge," the tweet read.


11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Correct country

Anonymous said...

This is what is call government reacting sharply and decisively to the need of the people. Nigerians wake up use your vote wisely. Stop voting people that doesn't care about you.

Akpuruka said...

A responsible government already putting things in place to prevent reoccurrence of a terrible incident. Ours is yet to curb the menace of marauding killer herdsmen and feel comfortable. Yet they are one of the first to stand by the same responsible govt(London, UK) against terrorism. If this is not eye service, then what is? Fire dey your pant, you dey go help another person quench the one wen dey burn e motor tyre.

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Nice


... Merited happiness

gentle said...

Nigerians haven't suffered enough. We still need to be dealt with.
I can confidently assure you that if Buhari comes out for second tenure, many people will want to vote him in.

ken christy said...

Good works

Anonymous said...

Over here it will take year to come up with such ideas.

Chikaka said...

About time.

Vivian Reginalds said...

chai
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Anonymous said...

So they would rather build a wall on the bridge than build immigration walls of stiffer vetting on Muslim from places of terror interest ..

Anonymous said...

A politically correct world!

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