UK police make new arrest in London Bridge attack inquiry

Australian Candice Hedge was working at Elliot's Cafe in Borough Market when attackers Khuram Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba launched their van and knife rampage.

All 3 were shot and killed.

Police also revealed that the attackers had stored petrol bombs - several wine bottles filled with flammable liquid and rags wrapped around them - in the van, but police fatally shot the trio before they could return to the van and kill even more people. The Metropolitan Police officer leading the investigation said the use of belts that were later established as fake was a tactic he had not seen before in the United Kingdom. "Anyone who saw them on the night would have thought they were genuine", said Commander Dean Haydon.

"Their eyes were full of rage", wrote Geoff Ho, business editor of the Sunday Express newspaper who was stabbed in the attacks. "Oh no. In less than a split second, I knew that my approach had to change; I couldn't just attack". One attacker killed 86 people in France when he plowed through a large crowd celebrating the national Bastille Day last July.

"I heard a number of shots started ringing out and a lot of shooting going on". Where have they come from?

A week after the atrocity, people returned to the Borough Market area on Saturday night - but the market is expected to stay closed for a few more days as police continue their investigation.

After leaving the vehicle, the terrorists used 12in ceramic knives with pink blades in a stabbing spree.

He is the 19th person arrested in connection with the attack, but twelve of the individuals were released this week without charge.

One man arrested on suspicion of drugs and firearms offences was bailed until a date in late June.

On Sunday Southwark Cathedral, which had remained shut since it was reportedly stormed by armed police during the attack, reopened.

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