London terror attack: Footage shows woman 'falling' from Westminster Bridge
Footage from the London terror attack shows a car being driven into a group of pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, and a woman plunging from the bridge into the River Thames.
The car can be seen speeding across the bridge and mounting the pavement, and a figure is then shown falling into the water. It is not clear whether the woman jumped or was thrown into the water.
London terror attack: The latest updates
She was later pulled alive from The Thames and is being treated for her injuries.
A spokesman for the Port of London Authority said: ‘A female member of the public was recovered from the water near Westminster Bridge. She is alive but undergoing urgent medical treatment on a nearby pier.
‘We believe she fell from the bridge.’
Two people were killed and dozens were injured after the attack ploughed a vehicle into a crowd of people as they walked over Westminster Bridge yesterday afternoon.
Aysha Frade, a mother on her way to pick her children up from school, has been named as one of the victims killed on the bridge.
Police Constable Keith Palmer was stabbed to death by the terrorist as he attacked officers within the Palace of Westminster.
Here are the latest updates:
Police say attack is linked to Islamic extremism
At least seven people have been arrested after overnight raids in London and Birmingham
Five people were killed in the attack and 40 injured, some seriously
Terrorist among those dead after being shot by police
Killed police officer identified as PC Keith Palmer
Aysha Frade, another victim (pictured above), was on the school run
Seven others remain critically injured
Police have asked for the identity of the terrorist not to be revealed by the media
Parliament to meet again as normal this morning
Miracle escape: woman has been pulled alive from River Thames
Video captures moment police shoot dead terrorist