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Kate Middleton meets the wounded of the London bombing

Kate Middleton meets the wounded of the London bombing”

The Evening Standard said King's College Hospital was one of two hospitals to receive most of the victims following the terror attack.

"The Duchess of Cambridge has arrived @KingsCollegeNHS to visit those affected by the London Bridge and Borough Market attacks", Kensington Palace tweeted. After mowing down the crowd, the men got out of the van and started stabbing people on the street.

Mrs May has insisted the UK's largest police force is "well-resourced", but has said she would consider new powers in response to the "increased tempo" of terror attacks. Fourteen of the 48 injured were taken to the hospital - 13 of which were treated for stab wounds, eight people lost their lives that day.

The hospital staff looked thrilled to have Kate in their presence, and she stopped to greet every member of the team.

The Duchess was met by Nick Moberly, the hospital's Chief Executive and Medical Director Professor Julia Wendon, who showed her around the hospital's emergency department and trauma wards.

The Duchess of Cambridge spent an undisclosed amount of time at the hospital.

She also said that the chances of an average Londoner becoming a victim of a hate crime are "very low" but "we will take them seriously and we will always seek to arrest people and bring them to justice if we possibly can".

The hospital shared images of the princess's visit on Twitter.

Kate's visit follows that of her husband, Prince William, who recently travelled to Manchester to praise the efforts of those who had worked tirelessly in the aftermath of the terror bombing at the Ariana Grande concert on May 22. He also privately met some of the young victims in hospital.

It was also recently revealed that the attackers attempted to rent a 7.5-ton truck, but Butt's credit card may have declined the payment.

Broxtowe Youth Homelessness, who are based in Church Walk, Stapleford, held the food donation event today (Monday, June 12) under the tag "Tell Them Chrissy Sent You" - which was been used by Christine's parents to encourage others to help people in need.



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