People in London open their homes to strangers after London Bridge terror attack

Debris and abandoned cars remain on London at the scene of an apparent terror attack in central London (Chris J Ratcliffe/AFP/Getty Images)
Debris and abandoned cars remain on London at the scene of an apparent terror attack in central London (Chris J Ratcliffe/AFP/Getty Images)

People in London have flooded social media to offer their homes to those caught up in a terror attack in London .

Six people have died and at least 30 taken to hospital after the capital was rocked by the country’s second terrorist attack in less than two weeks.

Officers responded to reports of a vehicle ploughing into pedestrians around London Bridge and stabbings at Borough Market shortly after 10pm.

Three attackers, wearing hoax explosive vests, were shot and killed by police.

As details emerged of the attack, Londoners took to social media offering to take in any people left stranded in the city, using the hashtag #LondonBridge.

Witnesses described seeing a speeding vehicle veer into crowds on London Bridge and people being stabbed in Borough Market.

A van reportedly swerved off the road on London Bridge and in the popular food market in south London, witnesses said they saw a man with a large blade.

Scotland Yard have said they are responding to three incidents, in London Bridge, Borough Market and Vauxhall.

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