Two Greeks Among Injured of London Terrorist Attack, Both in Good Health

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017
Last Update: 17:27

Two Greeks were among the 30 or so people who were injured when a terrorist mowed down pedestrians with his car on London’s Westminster Bridge on Wednesday.

The terrorist killed two people and injured 30, then stabbed a police officer to death before he was shot down by British police.

The BBC on Thursday reported that the injured are 12 Britons – including three police officers, two of whom were seriously injured and four university students – as well as three French children on a school trip, four South Koreans, two Romanians, two Greeks, a Chinese national, an Italian, an American, a Pole, an Irish national and a German woman who is a resident in Australia.

According to Greece’s Foreign Ministry, the two Greek nationals suffered minor injuries and did not need hospitalization after receiving first aid.

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