London pedestrians protected after terror attack by concrete blocks and steel barriers on bridges

CONCRETE blocks and steel barriers have been put up on bridges in London to protect pedestrians after Saturday night’s terror attack.
The barricades were installed on Waterloo, Lambeth and Westminster bridges overnight in the wake of the atrocity which left seven dead and 48 injured.
Concrete barriers were installed on Westminster Bridge last night - almost two months after a terror attack there
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Concrete barriers were installed on Westminster Bridge last night – almost two months after a terror attack there
Concrete blocks could be seen placed at the ends of the bridge this morning
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Concrete blocks could be seen placed at the ends of the bridge this morning
Mounted police were seen crossing Westminster Bridge today close to the new security barricades
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Mounted police were seen crossing Westminster Bridge today close to the new security barricades
The concrete blocks bookend Westminster Bridge, which was the scene of a horrific attack in March
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The concrete blocks bookend Westminster Bridge, which was the scene of a horrific attack in March
Mounted police ride past a security barrier on Waterloo Bridge today
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Mounted police ride past a security barrier on Waterloo Bridge today
It comes after authorities ruled out measures to install barriers on London Bridge just 24 hours before three terrorists went on a rampage and drove a van at crowds of people.
The City of London Corporation said there were “no current plans” to install bollards on the historic structure on Friday.
While barriers haven’t been installed on London Bridge, it was reopened this morning as defiant Londoners returned to work.
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