Police in London fatally shot a man after at least two people were reportedly stabbed in a “terrorism-related” incident on Sunday afternoon, authorities said.
Metropolitan police tweeted that the incident, which occurred just before 2 p.m. local time, has been secured in Streatham High Road.
The conditions of the two known victims was not immediately known.
The London Ambulance Service said its members are responding.
“We are working closely with the other emergency services and are treating a number of patients at the scene,” London Ambulance Service Strategic Commander Graham Norton said in a statement.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan expressed his gratitude to first responders in a statement on Twitter.
“Terrorists seek to divide us and to destroy our way of life ― here in London we will never let them succeed,” he said.
The violence comes roughly two months after a man killed two people and wounded three others in another “terror-related” stabbing on the London Bridge.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.