Transcript for Latest on London terror attack
We will just ahead. First back to ABC's Terry Moran. He is there in London. Has the latest on the attack there. Terry. Reporter: Good morning, robin. Well, the police are still processing this crime scene. Less than a day after it took place yesterday afternoon when the lone suspect drove his Hyundai SUV at high speed, the 800 feet along Westminster bridge ramming people, running them over before crashing that vehicle into the fence surrounding parliament. He jumped out and attacked a police officer. Stabbing him in the face, in the neck, in the head. That officer later dying. Police finally confronting the suspect and shooting him. He later died. Three killed, 29 injured in this rampage and we're learning more about that suspect. He was born in Britain. This is a homegrown attack. He was known to intelligence services although they did not know about this plot and they believe he acted alone, inspired by islamist ideology. London is getting back to business but prime minister Theresa may spoke to the nation this morning from the house of commons. Yesterday an act of terrorism tried to silence our democracy. But today we meet as Normal, as generations have done before us and as future generations will continue to do to deliver a simple message, we are not afraid. Reporter: Overnight, police raided houses here in London and up in Birmingham. They arrested eight suspects as they try to unravel this worst terrorist attack in the united Kingdom in more than a decade.
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