LONDON – With a church service and a minute of silence in London dealt with the terrorist attack of 3 June 2017. At that time, eight deaths and were 48 people injured. The survivors lit candles during a service in the Cathedral of Southwark, message the BBC.
Bishop Christopher Chessun surrounded by public
Prime minister Theresa May, leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn and members of the emergency services attended the memorial service. Spiritual Andrew Nunn read the names of the deceased victims. “Love is stronger than hate, light is stronger than darkness and life is stronger than death,” he said.
Exactly a year ago, reason three men on the London Bridge with a van into pedestrians. After they were got off, they put people down on the nearby Borough Market. The police shot the aanslagplegers death.
After the church service attracted a procession to the bridge, where survivors flowers were laid and a minute silence observed.
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