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You can now get free police training on how to react during a 'major incident' like the London terror attack

Cambridge News Monday, 9 December 2019
It will teach every day people how to react in a major incident.
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Two people were killed and three injured in a terrorist attack near London Bridge on Friday, police have confirmed. The suspect was wrestled to the ground by passersby and shot dead by officers. The suspect, who police say was wearing a fake suicide vest, was killed after emergency services were...

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