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"london bridge station" Discussed on Female Criminals
"On August, ninth eighteen, forty, nine twenty eight year old Marie Manning anxiously waited for her lover fifty-year-old Patrick O'Connor to arrive for dinner. She had her gun ready, and if that failed her husband thirty year old Frederick Manning had a crowbar at five o'clock, the doorbell rang. Marie rushed over to answer it all the while praying that o'connor had come alone as she opened the door, a smile spread across her face O'Connor had come by himself this time just as she'd asked him to. She welcomed him inside and directed him to wash up in the back kitchen. It was a perfectly reasonable request. It was sweltering outside, so connor could certainly use a freshening up before dinner little did he know Marie was right behind him, and as O'connor entered the back kitchen, she lifted her gun, pointed at the back of his head and fired. O'Connor's body crumpled to the floor. Loath to remain in the kitchen with O'Connor's prone body, Marie ran upstairs and told her husband what adjust transpired unable to believe that his wife had done the deed manning grabbed a crowbar and ran downstairs to see for himself. Once there. He found O'Connor lying on the ground, a gunshot wound to the head despite his injuries. However, O'Connor was still breathing and manning knew exactly what he had to do. Murray watched as her husband raised the Crowbar High and bashed O'Connor's had with it unsatisfied. Manning Swung Sixteen more times before he was finally convinced O'Connor was dead. Throughout the gruesome attack Marie did nothing to stop him by this point. She cared more about O'Connor's money than his life. It didn't matter to her of the situation had become more violent than intended so long as she got what she wanted. Before we continue with Marie Manning Psychology. Please note I'm not a licenced psychiatrist or psychologist, but I have done a lot of research for the show. Psychologists Patrick Moose Oil and Yohannes Hugh egg found that greedy individuals lack an ability to adjust their behavior based on their environment. They simply remain motivated by their greed. They found that greedy people strive to obtain desired goods at all costs like Marie. The participants in their study displayed selfish and reckless behavior that came at the expense of others, marines. Greediness pushed her to the extreme. She no doubt could have had some money if she just asked O'Connor for it. She was his mistress and he cared for her, but Marie didn't want some money. She wanted all his money, so she did the unthinkable. After ensuring that O'Connor was dead Marie and Manning stripped him of his clothes. Then they stuffed him into a pre, dug grave, and poured a Bushel of quick lime over him. Finally they filled the grave and related the floor. It looked almost as good as new. Once they'd concluded their Macabre Task Marie Left Min ver- place and went to O'Connor's lodgings there. She told his landlady and arms that she was worried. Because O'Connor hadn't shown up for dinner. She wanted to wait for him in his room. Marie barely had to convince the landlady. Prior to his death O'Connor had instructed miss arms to let Marie into his room even if he wasn't there so on receiving the go-ahead Marie trooped up to O'Connor's quarters once upstairs, she quickly stole all of his stocks and railway shares. Ms Arms was none the wiser as she bid burri goodbye. However not long after returning to miniver place with O'Connor's stocks and shares in hand Marie realized she hadn't gotten everything despite this. She decided that it would be too suspicious to return a second time on the same night, so she patiently waited for the following evening. When it finally came, Marie returned to O'Connor's lodgings. Feigned surprise when ms arm stated that she still hadn't seen her tenant. After. Bypassing the Landlady Marie went to O'Connor's room supposedly to wait for him once again instead, she ransacked the place making sure she didn't forget anything this time around. At the conclusion of her second robbery, Marie stopped pretending to call on O'Connor. She had everything she needed and saw no need to maintain the ruse. On Sunday August twelfth. O'Connor's workmates finally reported him missing. They told the authorities he hadn't shown up for three days of work. They also related that to men at the docks called Graham and Keating had seen him on his way to the manning's on the evening of August ninth with that clue in hand. The police showed up at Min Ver- place, but twenty eight year old. Marie claimed O'Connor had never shown up for dinner on the ninth. The police had no reason to doubt her, so they let her be however. O'Connor's cousin William Flynn wasn't so easily put off. He insisted that the police question her again this time with him present. Seeing no harm in granting his request, the police obliged. The following day they revisited miniver place again Marie stuck to her story, but she inadvertently lets slip a curious statement in the middle of the interrogation. She suddenly said Poor O'Connor. He was the best friend I had in London. And the police found that odd. Why was she already speaking of O'Connor in the past tense? What exactly did she know? Unfortunately for them after that telling Slip Marie, back to fainting, complete ignorance, with only an ounce of suspicion and nothing else to point to the police left for the day. They told Marie however that they would call on her again soon. Murray nodded and smiled in response waving them goodbye. Then once they were gone. She shut the. And started to pack. She had no intention of being in residence. Should they ever return? With Frenetic Motion Marie gathered everything. She needed into her trunks. She already had a plan forming in her mind. She just needed to execute it. After she was done packing up her things, she called for a cab and asked the driver to take her to London Bridge, station, but once there she had the cabdriver wait for her. She'd be back in a moment. Then she ran into the station, dropped some of her luggage with the porter on each suitcase Maria fixed a label that read Mrs Smith, passenger to Paris. She believed that would be enough to send the police off on a wild goose chase. With part, one of her plan executed, Marie got back into the cab and demanded to be driven to.
"london bridge station" Discussed on Liminal Podcast
"Have a really bad day. You're grumpy to every survey with a nice to be around, but then the next day. You go and help out with thing and you do some past development. It's not black white. Even this well, would you get fed information and some days? That is too much. Handle it, and you just have to shoot yourself in a room and do whatever hobby is. He takes your mind away and then the next day you can be the best passed and you WANNA be again. I agree with you. It's not black and white. And I think the. I guess WHA. What I what I guess. I'm trying to say is the with religion. It's not black and white as well. It's not like religious, either good or bad I think religion. Like anything can be. Good it can be incredibly life, changing and transformational, and I've seen it happen. A seen people completely turn their lives around through binding finding a community. In religion but equally scene, it's destructive side as well and I think the more that we understand and appreciate that life is not black and white there is. No. Right or wrong? Oh, yes, or no or a binary in life. The life is completely in the gray. That everything is. Everything is complicated. Nothing is. There's no simple answers like that. You gotta remember. Which is chemical reactions? Taking place every single second. Hoffa people to understand the actually. Their consciousness is just a load of particles combining together. To become a foles an action. And actually we all animals, we basic on a moves. We have basic needs but we've developed so much that we can understand so much about ourselves. That can become very complicated to even think about that as a process. And I think that's why rich people like religion it gives them an answer to those questions, and it gives purpose on at times of distress like someone dies. Let's say a a child has been born. It gives them protection the actually. This child May pretentiously now have a more secure life because we ties his child. Wouldn't it was in? There's times when you need that community to come together. People like religion. Yeah. I mean there's no. In many ways there's no greater force for good in a time of crisis than the church. If you will going through a hard time the. The the understanding of evolution and the. Formation of the universe through the Big Bang. Is Not going to provide you comfort, but a community supporting you making food checking in with you. All of that stuff can, and that is the good that I've seen in the local church. It's just the. Fact that it's is not A. I think is understanding. That? Good doesn't raise the bad and the bad doesn't raise that good. The A can both coexist and do coexist exists than we thought to get used to that. And I think as well. We're moving towards a point where. Religion and spirituality is gonNA. Be Less about do I in this book, so do I fit in this box. Do my beliefs. Do I believe in Christianity or Islam or Buddhism I think people are gonNA realize. That all of these ideas can be helpful to us. In some ways, and may be helpful to us in different situations in. It's about taking what is useful at the time. And and using not. And is about the spirit behind. The. The religion rather than. Institution that it's become. Yeah, it is essentially you should take values. You take and apply your life. I think it has to be in high meaning. Have thought makes sense. For me. Obviously I'm not religious, but things dodge tried to price in my life, won't the environment? It is must-see thing if I can impact is some way my life for example right now we're looking at house might be even so house and I'm thinking okay, Cole, maybe now's the time, should I do gardening? Should I get compost bin? These very simple basic things I could do it my days. They live to make an impact. For once. Yeah, that's that's a growing up. So that's one value. Your the people friends family, doing those little bits and pieces around from the people. which helps these quiet religious odds? To go above, and beyond help a friend or someone in need as I know, people have been that for me. I've got an analogy to describe religion for you, and it uses trains Joe so. I want you to imagine for me. The I'm giving you directions from one part of London to another, so I tell you you need to get on the northern line via Banque towards Morton, and that will be how you get to Camden. and. That's directions from London Bridge Station so anytime that you're going from London Bridge to Camden new, get the northern line via bank. However. If say a few days later, your trying to get to Camden again. And, you'll say Morton, which is the complete other end of London the complete other under the northern line? If you're getting a northern line via Banque, you're gonNA end up going way past. Come and you're GONNA MISS YOU STOP! It. A lot of people see religion as like these instructions, the we take, and we, we take them out of their context and say okay. You know the Bible says. You need to go via Banque to that for therefore you need every time you do it. You need to go via Banque actually. Humanity is progressed so much more since then A. we're coming. We starting our journey from much later point on the journey, because more morally where a lot more progress were not a lot more advanced, so a lot of the laws in the Bible seem very backwards because they coming from much earlier point in time. So my question, you would be then why people considering why people consistently trying to evolve religion. What actually maybe? We just need to leave it. Nevada, okay, what are we lead from? It was a good come from those times. A very old human way of thinking, we should not wrong a very long time ago. It's also a time when we didn't have information. Being shed every single second an access to that information. So maybe why don't we just leave it? Leave it in the poss. Dismiss it. And move on takeoff values. All. We're GONNA. Progress better with or without beauty question. I guess what I'd say to that. Is, the. Yes, we've got. A lot of information now. I don't think information is the endo. You've got to know what to do with that information. You've got to have some kind of wisdom in that. And I think the good stuff that we can take from.
"london bridge station" Discussed on The Leader
"The day. You had barely begun at London Bridge Station when the delay announcement started pretty miserable returned to work for train. Commuters only only made worse by this morning's average fare rise of two point seven percent. That's justified hike. According to Robert Nisbet from the rail delivery group which represents train in companies where an industry like any other that's facing rising costs the staff bill for example but said he'll costs as well what we want to do is we want want to cover the day to day running cost of the railway to free up billions of pounds of investment for the public and private sector. But this is an average figure. It's still just below the rate of inflation flation and that's for the third year running but for some passengers using South Western railways. The increased prices were compounded by cancellations. The aftershock of a twenty seven day strike by the RMT union. An editorial column can't quite believe it. The reason for the latest cancellations nations is the gods who inflicted the strike have been off-duty for so long. They need to be retrained to ensure that they are properly refreshed in terms of all necessary. Surrey safety activities. The same applies to some drivers. The situation would be farcical if it were not so serious it is yet. Another reminder of the damage caused by the unions militancy regarding its misguided grievance over the role of train gods it is worth pointing out again. An experience on other lines has shown that drive only trains are safe the fact that the disruption now has to continue even longer perhaps more legitimate safety safety reasons is a bitter irony that will be of little consolation to passengers implementation of the government plan. John Fashanu Union legislation banning future rail strikes unless the union concerned has reached a minimum service agreement with the relevant rail. Company cannot come seen enough city hall editor Raw. Slider we've been talking about the fare rises for a few months now now. They've hit and nobody's happy. Are They not happy for commuters coming into London today at the regretted certainly with a seeing the season tickets going up by I. Two point seven percent two point eight percent and also those own southwestern railways the trains that come into Waterloo had the added misery of having lots of the trains not running. And this is a this culmination of what's been a very long running saiga queer the RMT guards have gone straight. Take the the actually. The strike ended last night actually at midnight. It Run for twenty seven days making it the longest streak in Yuki real history. But I'm afraid. The fakes continued. TEND TO S- morning and hundreds of trains were cancelled again because bizarrely some of these girls had been off so long on strike that they were then judged to require l. safety training to make sure they were fit to print the trains again. That cannot have gone down well with commuters Gannett. You can imagine how few days would be as as we see to the. Ns this double whammy really if you if you. You wouldn't be happy to be going back to work today on a sort of chilly January for stay back in the office. I you're paying more for your travel and then you're standing on the platform waiting for the train to come in. It doesn't come and you just think it just couldn't get any more ludicrous. Really for people no fun at toll. So do we know when things will get back to normal. Well even Woz news is that there could be more strikes on the way the RMT has not given upon this the row center in what's called driver only operation which essentially means that the drivers open and shut the doors the MTA says this is not safe which is disputed rated by the train operator on the RMT's arguing to have conductor or a guard on all trains as is the case on some lanes. Just no those no say that Stroz going to go away and anytime soon and more stake. These could be announced in the next few weeks. There is some good news on transport unspoilt in London. The mayor of London has announced a new companion packs which means for those disabled under this. Those older Londoners who need a companion to get around the city. We'll have a free companion pass and often an a companion for a disabled landed. A as as bad as having a lift having step free access and this is another example of the difference we will make should. I be returned. The Math London will city has kicked off the New Year. By essentially going into reelection moods the middle elections are coming coming up on the seventh of me and CDC as part of his sort of I sort of a Rybeck intone. He saying that he's come up with this. Hi Dear we are if you are. A Disabled Londoner underrated qualify for disabled persons freedom. Pass which essentially give you free travel across chips and buses in the capital but need help to go around if you have a family member a relative or friend who is your cater Sadique site here is that should he be reelected. Come me he will then ensure that that person the killer gets a free pass as well. But the mayor's record in improving access to tis stations isn't quite promised as it. That's right you could see. It's probably a second-class Service so far from city he has upgraded taints shoop Stations to make them stay free since he was elected. Me Twenty Sixteen. His initial promise was that more than one hundred would have converted to being state deep-freeze essentially helping lifts or ramps to make sure you can get from outside the station to onto the train Byron Means Essentially using lifts and so on the hill of others. That has not happened so there is a sense that yes this is a good idea to have the companion pass but he has actually not been delivering quite as much as he promised I initially when he was when he was first elected. Are we now at the point where we're going to be hearing a lot about relations. I think we may be. I guess the combination nation of bricks being slightly closer to being done the new government in place on the be a gradual speeding up towards me. I think I I think it will be gentle. I wouldn't expect much until props six weeks I really Under me actually. Be overtaken in the public interest by Costa Twenty the football championships as well. That makes catch ribot more which comes up slightly later but I think I would expect to be more policy announcements akin to this but city. He's very keen to essentially get from the front fit this morning. Next if you want good good music you need somewhere to be an attempt Montizo optically bothered before you go on supply. Wimbley Arts correspondent Robert Tanks. And the return of Madame Joe's.
"london bridge station" Discussed on Cautionary Tales
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There's nothing like an unfamiliar problem to make you start focusing if things feel out of your control maybe even a little dangerous that gets the adrenaline flowing. In the right circumstances the creative excuses to this attention grabbing affect applies whether we're talking about trying to play a strange instrument navigate a strange place or work together with a strange person. Amman it sounds dramatic it can work its magic to subliminal level. It can be something as subtle as whether the words were reading on a page look. Familiar ord consider a study by the psychologists Connor Diamond Yaman. Daniel Oppenheim Ma and Eric von. They teamed up with high school teachers getting them to reformat the teaching handouts they used half that classes chosen at random got got the original materials in standard fonts such as times new Roman the other half got the same documents reformatted into one of three challenging encompass. The text of Hadden's filer. The cursive flourishes of monotype Cordova or zesty bounce of Comic Sans at Taleh sized raised. These funds are let's be honest distracting and hard to read but the ugly fonts didn't hamper. The students at all students who'd been taught using them ended up scoring higher on their exams. We don't know exactly why but it seems that the strange fonts prompted them to pay attention to slow slow down and to think about what they were reading. If such obstacles make us focus and think harder they may end up not being obstacles tool ooh but secret weapons. There's is a second reason that the oblique strategies may have helped David Bowie. They pushed him to try something. Fresh Brian Eno described to me the tendency Z.. Of highly skilled musicians to end up exploring a narrow territory. Because it's the only place they feel completely comfortable. You get more and more competent at dealing with that place and you'll cliches becoming increasingly cliche. But when you're forced to start from somewhere new the cliches can be replaced with moments of magic. This effect is well understood. Far outside the realm of music computer scientists use algorithms to look for solutions to complex problems and those algorithms often use the tactic of stepping back and adding some randomness partway through search on sort of complex problems. Do I have in mind plenty. Planning efficient routes for fleet of parcel delivery trucks figuring hang out the best layout for a silicon chip. Such problems have so many possible solutions that it's impossible even for a computer to check the ball so computer futa scientists have developed algorithms that try to find a solution that may not be. Perfect is good enough. You'd be surprised. At how many of these algorithms at random shocks and remixes those shocks there to prevent the algorithm getting stuck on a bad solution in the jargon that's called a local optimum but you're I would simply call it a dead end. The random shocks offer a way of backing out of the dead end and trying something else. This might seem a long way from our everyday concerns we musical geniuses. We're not computer algorithms but the same logic is is it play in the most humdrum circumstances such as our daily commute for example in my own longstanding commute across the London Underground. I know exactly where on the platform I should stand when I get on the first tube train to ensure that after riding nine stops including a change of lines in the perfect position to be first on the escalator out of London Bridge Station and thus the front of the line for coffee the monmouth coffeehouse near the tube exit find differences in where I stand on a train platform on one side of the city. Determine how quickly I get my coffee half an hour later on the other side gas. I promised myself ought never become. That person happened anyway. And however you commute you likely have your own little shortcuts and time saving habits. Assuming wingnut is those habits really do save you time because according to the logic. I've been outlining if you commute being forced to change your plans minds they actually help you in the long run. It's the obstacle in your path that forces you to find a better But in what circumstances might the London Underground possibly be disrupted. I hear you ask well. In February. Twenty fourteen to trade unions representing in work on the subway launched a forty eight hour strike which closed well over half the stations on the system. The first day of the strike was wet as well as being cold and dark which will have discouraged people from simply walking or getting on a bike. The trains and buses that day were rammed full of grumpy commuters. Trying to figure out how to get around but disruption after the strike. The economists Ferdinand Roche. Sean Larkham and Tim Williams looked at data Ktar from London's electronic fare card system. Those fare cards work on the subway the buses and the overground trains to row and his colleagues identified people. Well had to change from their regular route during the strike most changed back again when the strike was over. Of course many did not. They realized there's been getting their own commute wrong. All land lives and all it took to prompt them into finding about away with two days of disruption so there are two reasons why obstacle might actually help us solve a problem. I the ugly font effect affect the strange unfamiliar region threatening situation grabs your attention and holds it. Not Checking your phone. You don't daydreaming. You can't can't afford to miss a second. And then there's the tube strike affect the way random disruption forces. You try something. Totally new. Whether by forcing us is to pay attention or by putting us to try something different these obstacles can actually help us find better solutions to the problems we face but this is still still look cautionary tale. Because it's a story of danger. The danger is that we shunned these obstacles. Avoid difficulties flee from problems When in fact we might flourish from facing them head on Keith? Jarrett after all didn't celebrate the appearance of a bad piano on stage his largest ever concert rubbing his hands in glee at the opportunity to have his creativity supercharge. Try The challenge. Of course he didn't he walked away. They wouldn't when faced with the unplayable piano we resist..
"london bridge station" Discussed on Cautionary Tales
"You know that feeling of being a tourist in a totally foreign land. How rich all the tiny details? On how densely layered the memories? You can look back on a day and marvel at just how much you managed to pack in whereas a day of your normal routines can be hard to remember. Told one of the things that Brian. Eno is trying to achieve with his strange cards. Is that same sense of attention of being alert. The enemy of creative work is boredom. Actually and the friend is alertness. Now I think what makes you alert is to be faced with a situation that is beyond your control so you have to be watching it very carefully to see how it unfolds to be able to stay on top of it. That kind of alertness is exciting. There's nothing like an unfamiliar problem to make you start focusing if things feel out of your control. Maybe even a little dangerous that gets the adrenaline flowing in the right circumstances creative juices to this attention. Grabbing affect applies. Whether we're talking about trying to play strange instrument navigate. A strange place will work together with a strange person. Amal it sounds dramatic. It can work its magic to subliminal level. It can be something as subtle as whether the words were reading on a page look. Familiar ord consider a study by the psychologists connor diamond. Yaman Daniel Oppenheimer and Eric Von. They teamed up with high school teachers getting them to reformat the teaching handouts they used half that classes chosen at random got the original materials in standard fonts such as times new. Roman the other half got the same documents reformatted into one of three challenging fonts. The dense text hadn't filer. The cursive flourishes of MONOTYPE COSSIGA. Or the ZESTY BOUNCE OF COMIC. Sans it televised these funds are. Let's be honest distracting and hard to read but the ugly fonts didn't hamper. The students at all students who'd been taught using them ended up scoring higher on their exams. We don't know exactly why but it seems that the strange fonts prompted them to pay attention to slow down and to think about what they were reading. If such obstacles make us focus and think harder they may end up not being obstacles at all but secret weapons. There's a second reason that the oblique strategies may have helped David Bowie. They pushed him to try something. Fresh Brian Eno described to me the tendency of highly skilled musicians to end up exploring a narrow territory. Because it's the only place they feel completely comfortable. You get more and more competences dealing with that place and you'll cliches becoming increasingly cliche. But when you're forced to start from somewhere new the cliches can be replaced with moments of magic. This effect is well understood. Far outside the realm of music computer scientists use algorithms to look for solutions to complex problems and those algorithms often used the tactic of stepping back and adding some randomness partway through their search. Sort of complex problems. Do I have in mind plenty? Planning fishing routes for a fleet of parcel delivery trucks figuring out the best layout for a silicon chip. Such problems have so many possible solutions that it's impossible even for a computer to check the ball so computer scientists have developed algorithms that try to find a solution that may not be perfect. But he's good enough. You'd be surprised. At how many of these algorithms at random shocks and remixes those shocks are there to prevent the algorithm getting stuck on a bad solution in the jargon that's called a local optimum but you are I would simply call it a dead end. The random shocks offer a way of backing out of the dead end and trying something else. This might seem a long way from our everyday concerns. We know musical geniuses when not computer algorithms but the same logic is at play in the most humdrum circumstances such as our daily commute for example in my own longstanding commute across the London Underground. I know exactly where on the platform I should stand when I get on the first tube train to ensure that after riding nine stops including a change of lines in the perfect position to be first on the escalator out of London Bridge Station and thus the front of the line for coffee the monmouth coffeehouse near the tube exit find differences in where I stand on a train platform on one side of the city. Determine how quickly I get my coffee half an hour later on the other side gas. I promised myself on. Never become. That person happened anyway. And however you commute you likely have your own little shortcuts and time saving habits assuming that is those habits really do save you time because according to the logic outlining if you commute being forced to change your plans they actually help you in the long run. It's the obstacle in your path that forces you to find a better. In what circumstances might the London Underground possibly be disrupted? I hear you ask well. In February. Twenty fourteen to trade. Unions representing workers on the subway launched a forty eight hour strike which closed well over half the stations on the system. The first day of the strike was wet as well as being cold and dark which will have discouraged people from simply walking or getting on a bike. The trains and buses that day were rammed full of grumpy commuters trying to figure out how to get around but disruption off the strike. The economists Ferdinand Sh- shown Larkham and Tim Williams looked at data from London's electronic fare card system. Those fare cards work on the subway the buses and the overground trains to row and his colleagues identified people who had to change from their regular route during the strike. Most change back again when the strike was over of course but many did not. They realized they'd been getting their own commute wrong. All their lives and all it took to prod them into finding a better way with two days of disruption so there were two reasons why an obstacle might actually help us solve a problem. I The ugly font effect the strange unfamiliar reading threatening situation grabs your attention and holds it. You're not checking your phone. You don't daydreaming. You can't afford to miss a second. And then there's the tube strike affect the way a random disruption forces you to try something totally new whether by forcing us to pay attention or by putting us to try something different. These obstacles can actually help us find better solutions to the problems we face but this is still a cautionary tale. Because it's a story of danger. The danger is that we shine these obstacles. Avoid DIFFICULTIES FLEE FROM PROBLEMS? I in fact we might flourish from facing them head on Keith. Jarrett after all didn't celebrate the appearance of a bad piano on stage at his largest ever concert rubbing his hands in glee at the opportunity to have creativity supercharged by the challenge. Of course he didn't he walked away. Who wouldn't when faced with the UNPLAYABLE PIANO WE RESIST?.
"london bridge station" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"Multiple breaking stories. This hour terror overseas in London. Two people are dead after a stabbing spree by suspected terrorist and in the Netherlands. At least three people have been wounded in a stabbing in The Hague here in the United States. Were on the verge of a historic week as the impeachment inquiry moves into a new fakes house. Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry. Nadler has just a letter to the president and set a new deadline for the White House. Decide whether or not to participate in the proceedings of begin again with today's deadly terror attacks. CNN's Nina dos. Santos is tracking the story from London. You know what are you hearing at this hour. Thanks very much jim well. Things are looking all the commerce site London Bridge Station but it was a completely different picture about seven hours ago. When of course the specter of another deadly terror or attack made his presence felt on the capitalist streets terra once again in the heart took London passages on this became witness to a shocking scene? Eight take members of the public. Were fighting with a man. It looked like he was trying to in down onto the pavement. It looked like a shining light. Come across from from the man on the floor and I realized quickly with a nice. I'm in the pace over with some guns and it ended with a man short. Police say they were called to the area just before two PM following reports of a stabbing after being apprehended by ordinary. The know London is a suspect wearing a hoax. Explosive Device was shot dead by officers. I also want to thank the members of the public who have helped by showing extraordinary courage and stepping in to tack- tackle this attacker. It wasn't far from London Bridge. One of the busiest commuter stations in the capital city that things began to unfold of other block in that direction behind the security. Cordon witnesses say. They heard what they later realized was a quick blast of gunfire they were told to evacuate the area urgently some panic and they began to flee down streets like these Ben Chaos people tried to make sense of the themes. One one woman found the situation all too familiar. This is the second time that you've had a lucky escape for an incident like this. Yes I was also in the Boston math in tax in two thousand thirteen evasively expense whilst at the mouth and sort of twenty minutes or something. I can't go just before. It actually happens on a very similar thing of just having a lot a lot of people just running and nobody knew what was happening and just fear like huge amount of fear on their faces and you could feel it as well in the energy of just. Everyone stressing stressing out London. Bridge was the target of another attack. Two years ago eight people were killed and forty eight. Were injured this attack comes comes just weeks after the terror threat for this part of the UK who's adduced to substantial and ahead of a crucial general election for the entire country as the motivation of the suspect. Police say they're keeping an open mind. Well Jim CNN law enforcement and source has been telling us that they believe they have dented fide. The London a suspect here. In this case you can bet that authorities will be working throughout the course also tonight Furtively to try and understand exactly what their motivation was as I said there and also how exactly they came to be in London Bridge with the intent to maim and eventually kill people two people dead as you said this hour three more remain in hospital and members of the government security services. Is One of the police lease currently meeting in Downing Street for an emergency gathering back to you. All right does Santos. If you have any more information on the suspect the motive please let us know and for more. We're on a possible motive behind today's attack. Let's go to CNN's. Nick Payne Washing London. Nick still some unanswered questions about the suspect but it sounds like authorities are starting to put together the the pieces. Yeah I mean if you look at. The kind of device seems to straps to this individual that hawks back to twenty seventeen eighteen attacks which were ultimately links to jihadist. But at the same time please saying a little bit more detail about how this attack began across the river. You can just about make out sort of Kalisz there of the front of what's called Fishmonger's hall. That's where they believe. The attack originated before two o'clock. And then just just stop on the bridge. You can see a tent. That's we think where police are continuing forensic investigations. Were that graphic scene of the assailant. Being shot was actually actually occurred. Now bear in mind that we simply know very little about the motivation behind this attack. This point is I say he's motorcycle. Randy's behavior mimic that of two thousand seventeen which suggests chest maybe some links to radical ideology. But at this point oversee police we re trying to confirm his identity. See whether or not there's any residential properties prophecies they could look at any associations of his to try and nail down precisely how he came to be the. I should point out. We possibly look back Jim to the sort of al Qaeda era and the idea of command and control that. There's somebody essentially giving the orders for something like this things have changed enormously and it's entirely possible one lone individual arm simply hey with a kitchen knife and warring made to look like a hoax. Explosive Device could've done this entirely by himself and also to UK security services have always appointed for some time now about the possible impacts of mental health issues with individuals like this to regardless of whatever choice versatility they may have in the background as justification for what happens happens. Jim and nick hours after the attack in London multiple people were stabbed during a separate incident in the Netherlands. I it sounds as though perhaps Would stand to reason that something like that might not be connected or connected. What are you hearing about that clarity? The incident hake entirely connected as far far as we know at this point. Dutch police saying it is not terror related. They are looking for suspects still and horrifying scene. Frankly no less terrifying. Because because of the absence of an ideology society being behind it at this point and big market street in the hake central city to the Netherlands where a lot of shoppers outs. It appears that the stabbing occurred three people injured. Most of them thought but police at this point to be minus so an awfully terrifying seeing here a suspect still the road but at this point does please not thinking. This is a terror attack. Jim That's very important to know. Nick Payton Walsh. Thank you very much. We appreciate it also breaking tonight. We're we're looking ahead to a very busy week in the impeachment inquiry House Judiciary Committee chairman. Jerry Nadler has just sent a letter to the president giving him a new deadline to decide whether or not the White House wants to participate in the proceedings are full. Mattingly has more on that Fill it sounds like there might be a little bit of wiggle room here for the White House to some degree. Look there's out essentially to deadlines we know. There is a a hearing next week. And this is the next phase of the democratic impeachment and create the House Judiciary Committee taking up what the House Intelligence Committee has done up to this point that I hear and really kind of nuts and bolts hearing. How does impeachment impeachment work? What's the historical precedent constitutional scholars coming up to testify in the White House still has a deadline as of Sunday night as to whether or not they WANNA participate? What change today? Or what's new today. Churn Chairman Jerry Nadler Judiciary Committee telling the White House if they want to participate at all at any point in the impeachment proceedings. They need to reply. Yes by next Sunday at sorry by December number six at five. PM The reason why that matters. Is this the way the house impeachment rules were drafted if the White House wants to participate and that includes asking questions of witnesses submitting proposals for their our own witnesses giving a concluding statement. They need to tell the Democrats at this point in time. The challenge and I know you reporting this on a regular basis in your day job is does the White House think that this would legitimize and inquiry that they've said is a sham up to this point so we still don't have an answer to that still a huge outstanding question whether or not the White House is actually going to participate but now they have a deadline not just for that first Wednesday Wednesday hearing but for the entire impeachment proceedings and the Judiciary Committee. We expect several hearings to go forth on this one big wrinkle to keep an eye out for if the.
"london bridge station" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Two victims died along with the suspect who was shot by police he was wearing a fake suicide vest we get more from the B. B. C.'s Tom Simons note this stage is what happens in the minutes before this group of pulses by subdued this man and the police shot him now we've had a good look at what the police are doing and it does look as though they are looking at areas concentrating on there is some way away from the London Bridge station itself in Washington the house Judiciary Committee getting ready to take the ball in the impeachment inquire re has set a deadline to Republicans and the White House we get the latest from bill Rakoff ever current Jerry Nadler of New York who chairs the house Judiciary Committee has given the president and his administration until next Friday December sixth to indicate whether it plans to introduce evidence in the president's defense as part of the ongoing impeachment inquiry that same deadline applies to house Republicans who may look to introduce their own evidence or call witnesses in the investigation which could lead to articles of impeachment against Mr trump bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill came watch news time is three oh two he was not just a civil rights leader but a civic leader that's what urban league a metropolitan St Louis president Michael McMillan is saying about the organization's former long time leader James Buford Buford is service certainly president from nineteen eighty five until twenty thirteen passed away early this morning at the age of seventy five that mail the notes that in addition to leading the urban league Burford Buford it served on some two dozen local boards out like he couldn't not do it because he failed as a Saint Louis in that it was incumbent upon us to be involved in the community to give back to make a difference to be a man or woman for others and he did that by serving on all those boards and being active and all those organizations arrangements for James Buford are pending after a year that has seen some of the worst flooding ever in parts of the Midwest concerns already rising that the spring of twenty twenty may bring more high water to places that are still recovering National Weather Service hydrologist mark few says concern is three fold rivers are still unusually high soil in the upper Midwest is extremely saturated and a high probability for a wider than usual winter from the Jefferson bank and trust business desk after today's Black Friday rush you're encouraged to hit smaller mom and pop type stores tomorrow during small business Saturday Belleville mayor mark Eckert says for towns like his those small businesses are vital that they are important we know that they had a lot of value to families throughout the year and particularly helpful days when people are looking for those special guests and we're really proud of the fact that we have so many unique places the Dow from Stiefel down one hundred thirteen points today at twenty one oh five.
"london bridge station" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Know at this stage is what happens in the minutes before this group of passes by certain Jude this man and the police shot him now we've had a good look at what the police are doing and it does look as though they are looking at areas concentrating on areas some way away from the London Bridge station itself British prime minister Boris Johnson while this is an on going investigation the police can confirm that this was a terrorist incident Dutch police say at least three people have been wounded in a stabbing on a busy shopping street in the Hague it's not clear yet if there's any connection to the London attack CBS news special report I'm Sam lead singer and of course we'll continue to have updates on both those attacks throughout the afternoon here on KCBS it is time now for a daily tech and business report today we're joined by Bloomberg news reporter and Vander may Airbnb brought in some star power to promote the sites luxury rentals and earlier and spoke with KCBS is Margie Shafer what are we learning about the company's celebrity marketing program and how does it work yes so you know Airbnb hooked up with a lot of kind of big name celebrities just sort of that name anyone who has millions of Instagram followers the chances are pretty high that that this was somebody they were working with so how it worked was Airbnb would find a mansion and may be a major with an orchard and for treason marble flooring and they'll put the celebrity up for free and then a celebrity enjoy their stay at they would post about it on Instagram so tell me who were the people involved so you have Mariah Carey stayed with there be me multiple times lady Gaga Britney spears Beyonce a multiple Kardashian's I'm Justin Bieber the list does kind of just go go on and on and so do you think this will work to help draw attention to some of the sites more expensive listings yeah I think I think it will I think it did when they started doing is around two thousand fifteen Airbnb was sort of known as a company that you used to it maybe crash on a friend's couch and it's kind of evolved into much more of a a large travel brand and it's more known now for its luxury listings so I think you know I think this to help you know people see Mariah Carey saying here things Airbnb for the lovely Malibu mansion people see that and it and it kind of makes an impression so you mentioned some of the characteristics of those listings what's this going to set people back aghast at a you can spend much more than ten thousand dollars on some of these premium Airbnb is much more than your typical Airbnb a little bit far yeah lot more to that's Bloomberg news reporter and Vander may a you can hear our tech and business news reports at twelve thirty on KCBS in for more tune in Bloomberg TV at two PM well just how much to retailers benefit on this Black Friday KCBS is Susan Kennedy reports on an analysis of retail shops in the bay area and across the country Black Friday can be a great day for small businesses right although the vice president of branding communications at Wembley says they look at the transaction data from fifty two thousand local retail shops across the country and found that sales are up thirty five percent but many small businesses concede the day to the big box type stores and chains last year one quarter of all small retailers and our study work clothes those that did stay open was actually the number fourteen day of the year in the bay area says local businesses have advantages that they should play out you have and a lot of Cape better relationships with your customers the more personal and and intimate relationship and if you have any way of contacting them if I were gonna be about what they would simply say look avoid the crowds coming spend money with us we're gonna have our own deals same thing with small business Saturday I would really tug on the heartstrings the people who are interested in supporting local communities the says in San Francisco last small business Saturday revenue was up an average twenty two percent Susan Kennedy KCBS bay area nonprofit is ramping up its annual holiday wish Dr Charlotte would is the director of marketing for family giving tree and she tells us volunteers for the organization gather gift wishes from kids around the bay area begins back in August we work with individuals to raise their hand and say I want to run a drive and then we send them wish cards and all the materials that they need in order to run that Dr and they're the ones that collect our guests whether it's in their neighborhood or if your church or with their kids boy scout troop and then bring back yes you are yeah those gets are collected against rap lay it's summer and the fall and they'll be taken to a donation warehouse in San Jose on December eleventh family giving tree distributes gets to about eighty thousand area residents with help from seven thousand volunteers who sort and distribute gifts at the warehouse each year KCBS news time twelve thirty six George is back with another look at traffic in the cars in two minutes don't miss the new larger.
"london bridge station" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Urbanist
"And Sheila Baynes eventually goes out business, but it for time. It's like this. Wild west in a way of horse drawn omnibuses in the city where the conductors says were known as sort of cads because they stuff as many people as they possibly could into their carriages in order to make much money as possible enjoy this huge new market was it as an untapped Marco. Is this a moment of change the city that more and more people are coming into the city. And so there is pressure from ability because it strengthens you want to have people around before where people just literally walking everywhere and working much closer to their homes, for example. Yes, and yes to those questions. So I think that the city had she, but she clocked up London had ground to a halt. So the bus was one of the things that helped it start to move again and other ones walked or used the river. Or if you're very rich used a camp. It was chaos out there and the great thing about the bus. The thing we learned is everybody gets on the bus. So it's plus and women's don't to use it and stop to explore the city and get access to bits of the city that had not had before and everyone acquire. That knowledge that essential knowledge. The London is have which is where buses go, you know, it's one of the things that makes you a London is nine oh, I can get the bus from there. And then I changed their and I take the next one and all these people develop this knowledge in Victorian times mean she'll be unveiled his whole spouse in eighteen twenty nine seven years later is when London bridge station opens up steam trains, bringing communities from further outside. It's exactly that kind of moment where London is moving from being a kind of more gray area in city into a heavily industrialized absolute pivotal moment as far as the city growing and transforming baiting. People living in towns cities in Britain than living in the countryside size again. It's the right vehicle for the right moment. Nama say this is one of the great things about the book is just literally pieces you understand that the mores of the time because you, yeah, you've got like how to behave in a boss, you what makes it good and back, and I found those bits kind of really insight for glorious rate. The motor comes along the. The bus becomes addictive it close to what we think about all through the bus survives and adapts as you say, we begin to get better train lines into begin to get the underground begin to get more motivated goes Joe, why did the the bus not only survive on the streets, but stay key and people's mind, and they thought about the city, and it's one of the thing. I think it says on the press releases the tourists in travel by cheap London's travel by bus, and you really hammer. This point home is is always been part of the psyche of a Londoner to know that bus route, for example, and carry something like three times passengers and chief, you know, we we imagined chiefs the great workhorse of London nine nine thousand buses the route lettuce us morning. Eight o'clock we'll be out there this evening at five o'clock there the things that carry people and when the bus arrives, it's really quite nearing. I mean, they're all motorized vehicles. But it happens so quickly introduce the first night of us in a very early years of the last century and. Within ten years all the buses are motor buses, thousands of them. And they introduce kind of advanced designs for them. The famous beat bus was one of the first mass produced vehicles ever ever made in this country. So it's at the forefront of technical innovation as well as neighboring this enormous rapidly expanding city to grow. But why did it see for example, the tram or the twenty bus which we did have them off? In the late nineteenth century and lost till the nineteen fifties Charlie buses loss from the thirties to the sixties, but buses of flexible buses can go almost anywhere as long as it's not a low railway bridge or overhanging tree or narrowness otherwise buses can go down the streets of London. And if something happens like a bomb drops in the blitz or a water main bursts, you can just over two bus. You can't do that with the tram..
"london bridge station" Discussed on The Skylines Podcast
"Moving from that, how many basic roots are there in the knowledge? Oh. Oh. For our international listeners, the knowledge, the exam that London black cab drivers have turned the go. I think it's a number ongoing fool, like, I know and you sat, I don't know. I guess new magnitude. Yes. Show spur eighty three hundred and twenty. So I was, yeah, it's a lot right? The cheap transport three million people day about how many people have been recorded as being born on the cheap Gaza hundred fifty years old. Mostly I think they probably merged get them all says small number. I'd say the four very well done. And then finally, what percentage of English train journey start or finish in London or something obscene? Why seventy percent? Seventy percent? 'cause you're good at the London. It's possible. I've been in this job too long. Let's say the existential crisis for the end of the episode. Yeah, sure. Wish we have another question from from a friend of the show. My name's Jim Morrison. I sometimes tweets, basic casually, right for some news outlets. I'm the this at London bridge station for evac stratosphere, and and my question is this you ride for city metro when I was growing up in nineteen forties. Rural Yorkshire, I was taught city was someone with the cathedral town was something with a market and village was I was lifted. So what other new criteria? Because clearly loads of cities, it should be cities and towns that should be upgraded. What is the new criteria you devise for having a city in the UK? What's the minimum in needs to be? This is precisely the kind of worms I said, we shouldn't earlier in the put cat. I had genuine have. Questions before the chip type. I've got net so so now I'm excited. I think it's really it's. It's not actually true that you need feed would be a city. There was no point in history where that was true in England. It was dumb by festively Royal decree, so they're awesome incredibly small places officially cities. And in the small, listen David in Wales, which is a village of free valves and people. I think that does have cathedral, but it's not actually the roller is basically just like the Monica Saint yet you can be a city which is which is super right. What are the places that aren't officially cities that you think should be? I mean, one of the big ones that get so angry about this did literally once stock cooling himself city and told not by the government is reading, which is not not nothing reading is like, you know, it is not like Chicago or something is, but it is is a settlement of like several hundred thousand people on that level. It's kind of a bit with this one. I. I actually think the really boring on his just like population should be the keeping really. I think above anywhere above about hundred thousand. You kind of in the ballpark. And do you have thoughts if a dense population of that size? I presume within within a relatively contained year. I mean, you kind of need a concentration. I mean, you can't just have like sprawled where I mean somewhere like self and on c. is more marginal. Ignores the area's still about quarter million people which is a lot, but it's really 'cause it's about four or five towns of merge 'cause they sit just the other side of green belt. So you can actually build houses there. So is love is if our city or not, I don't. I, we cannot as warm. We will replay this end of cities data, but that's mostly his kind of easier to destroy loins. I okay, this other cities. But I think it's a week claiming some light reading that is very clearly, you know, is a sizeable settlement of somewhere about scale had existed. Outside the London commuter belt, I think is inconceivable you wouldn't treat is a city really. I don't know. I'm kind of fund of the idea that we have a very small city in Wales on a massive commuter town that clearly is a city in size, and you find that really irritating Nile. I find it quite funny. I think we should call other very small places cities. Just if I, if I was the Queen owed abuses, power so much. Well, we're talking about numbers. You're ready to do the number round. Okay, which city consumes one hundred twenty five tons of sausages every day..
"london bridge station" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"To justine greening tampa seven norman smith thanks it's twenty two minutes to seven nine spare thought this morning for the many people who have to rely on gouveia thameslink trains to get to work they're bringing in yet another new timetable had been endo is standing outside london bridge station that i imagine looking at some pretty gloomy faces ben yes good morning john well it's of course only really the start of the morning rush right now still a long way to go but what i would say is that while there was one cancellation this morning train from here to horsham that should have left at six o'clock but didn't beyond that looking ahead and looking at the timetable services it does seem that most are happening and i think that many of the commuters who have been getting increasingly frustrated i think with a terrible level of service since the introduction of the first revised timetable on may the twentieth will possibly be breathing a bit of a sigh of relief all right so this is not one of those things that they've had to do out of sheer desperation it might make sense well i think they've had to do it out of desperation when they introduced the first new timetable back in may that i mentioned i don't think that they expected it to be quite so chaotic and quite have quite so many problems there were a few red flags raising the the immediate days in the runup to it but they regard and it just was a complete mess there with trains being cancelled left right and center people being left having to either get up to an hour or two an earlier in the morning just to be sure of reaching work on time and then not getting home until much later and irrespective of how much compensation they might get of course that was costing them very valuable time with their families and so on but at the moment this morning and it is incredibly early days the trains do seem to be running the company said that the new timetable this is the third iteration of it i should say is giving priority to peak time trains and is aiming to reduce gaps and the number of cancellations and so far very early days but there have been fewer cancellations that in previous wins they must be praying headquarters that it works because it is pretty much their last chance with autism well it's not good i mean they're chief executive charles houghton resigned a couple of weeks ago over this affair transport secretary has been very critical of the train companies in the way this was implemented network rail for not getting computer systems and new signalling systems ready in time the company's not getting enough drivers trained up all sorts of reasons of come together to create what i suppose you might call a perfect storm of traveling problems passages and yes they will be hoping that they can get it right into the third time's a charm thank spent time is twenty two seven environment secretary michael grove has promised recently tougher protection for national parks and yet.
"london bridge station" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Morning that means paying more a lot more simply to make the journey rail fares are going up by more than three percent on average with some first going up by over nine percent why and is it the government or the private rail companies who are to blame in a moment will hear from labour's shadow transport secretary first though let's hear from the ainu represents the rail companies the chief executive officer of the rail delivery group pull plumber who joins us this morning from london bridge station which he's reopening melanesia mr von good morning how can you justify increases fare increases of this sort when when none of us of he wanted to pay higher fares were the industry can do in an is doing is is to use the money from fares and the money from government to improve the railway fares are actually underpinning this massively required investment from the public and private sectors in partnership to achieve these improvements and as you say we're not a bridge station this morning at which is a great example of that actually happening to massively transform station and you see people wandering around looking up and seeing how wonderful it is but it's much more than a station it's it's regenerated part of london it's connecting communities north and south of london it's going to deliver much more reliable services and these the sorts of things that we're going to sit people are going to say right across the country over the next eighteen months ago railed as well now they're going to see newspaper ad learns of media headlines of bumper pay deals for train executives up to two million pounds for the both great western railways up to two and a half million pounds for the boss of stagecoach so we'll only in total to conclude that lots of this money that is being raised from extrovert he's not really going in investment it's going in the pockets of your members well i think if you look at those those businesses those are large international transport businesses operating out of this country but actually creating jobs and investment helping boost our economy businesses that actually we should be proud of noxious themselves while they're doing hair but also overseas business has been almost riskfree you get a subsidy from the taxpayer in order to.
"london bridge station" Discussed on Athletico Mince
"Right so i'm just saying it's a bit let the of the week when those at london bridge terrorist attack required neiland bridge a aren't which is very nuclear also said amedo or assess car thefts near where i do the podcast and i says the through the podcast on the bridge i said no said well then on fourchies us he didn't tell that was caught good for menard among the bridge which of course i'm not laughing ar example use if you live doubt me you do the arkansas bathe in our arcelor obey now wherever well i was in hospital just next to long bridge for me how she helped by the way all your skin color get cable brief it's fine nazli carlo precious a bit laws largest of a pint of war and some crisps very hour orrick harry minister so the story i was in hospital coin mayor there and an incredibly famous person can of soft famous comments i don't get before parliament from payback comment in this one i'm bought me some pawn mike's right an outdoor light that seoul thing unmee wife took him she visit and she took him will wear for me i sheet she got rid of them in the bend just at the corner london bridge station right so when we were watching the forge it was you know it was a little reminder that life goes on the schalken vote was also to sell that's the been for the poor maxine my akin my kids poor mugs portuga bigger than a hater from russia wanna black folk of hyundai not a lineup level and conceive my hanson to me roman of our other our attack.
"london bridge station" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition
"Support for wsj comes from comcast committed to improving your customer service experience with two our appointment windows including nights and weekends because they should fit into your life not the other way around learn more at xfinity dot com slash service from the opinion pages at the wall street journal this is foreign edition now mary kissel welcome to foreign edition i am mary kissel with the wall street journal editorial board coming to you from our studios in midtown manhattan where as usual on this podcast we are going to talk about the global this order specifically the horrific terrorist attacks in britain over the weekend unless you've been living under a rock you know that three islamists rammed a van into pedestrians on the london bridge right in the heart of london on saturday night then ran down a set of stairs in started stabbing people in burrow market a very very popular spot a filled with restaurants and bars and other things of not only stabbing them with twelve inch knives but literally slitting people's throats one of them screaming this is for allah so far as we know right now seven dead thirty six in the hospital 21 still in critical condition the british security forces say they know the identity of the attackers but that has not been released yet we only have one name of a victim ms christine archibald a canadian citizen there have been raids in east london i'd like to welcome my colleague zoabi amari are borderlands columnist who is based in london in worked at the news corporation building which is situated right on top of london bridge station in a cross from burrow market hello saurabh primary serb i i'd like to to talk about.
"london bridge station" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Claiming responsibility from london abc's aaron katersky has the latest immediate area around the attack site remains closed but london bridge station has reopened and this city has returned to its work week pace while metropolitan police commissioner crested addict spoke to our partners at the bbc about the heroism saturday night of an off duty officer who confronted the attackers he dived in and tried to assess and he unafraid was himself severely injured but asly heroic there's a vigil here later to include a moment's silence for the seven killed aaron katersky abc news london prime minister theresa may is warning that the country faces new threats from copycats and while campaigning has been suspended in the wake of the attacks may says the general election vote will be held on thursday as scheduled in manchester ariana grande day in friends helping to raise more than thirteen million dollars for the victims of the counter bombing two weeks ago let's katy perry their performing fan rebecca gilbert says she was a little afraid to go but she's glad she did i shall begin us on than us said back here president trump made his first public comments about the london attacks last night at a fundraiser at ford's theater in washington i will do what is necessary to prevent this threat from spreading to our shores or work every single day to protect the safety and security of our country our communities and our people this bloodshed he said must end for arab nations have cut diplomatic ties to qatar over its relations with iran and support for islamic extremist groups bahrain egypt saudi arabia and the united arab emirates as well as yemen are all withdrawing diplomatic staff and regional airlines you're listening to abc news koa newsradio time is 402 the aurora city council could decide tonight with it a put a measure on the ballot that could bring a motor speedway to the city mayor steve hogan says if voters approve the race track and entertainment centre near i70 in hudson could bring some big bucks into the city reached kirk don't alone blair surrounded by hotels restaurants nightclubs shopping opportunity over the kind of thing the were me a similar measure was defeated in 2015 the boulder city council will decide this week.
"london bridge station" Discussed on WJDX
"The mayor of london just now issued a statement reflecting that that that sort of sentiment i he mentioned the horrific terrorist attack at london bridge and borrow market he said that his thoughts are with everyone affected and he wanted to thank the brave men and women of our emergency see services who were first on the scene and who will be working throughout now the early morning hours in london the mayor of london also said that the situation is unfolding he would ask all londoners and visitors to remain calm and vigilant and while the full details aren't known the mayor of london statement said this was a deal deliberate and cowardly attack on innocent londoners and visitors to our city enjoying their saturday night i condemn it in the strongest possible terms there is no justification whatsoever for such barbaric acts a statement a moment ago from the mayor of london who does seem to indicate in that statement that there were casualties we don't know how many of but uh that that there were luck in visitors who had been impacted by well as is always the case in these situations the police have put in a very wide colton around the locations where these attacks happen just to give you some idea it's the end of the road i can probably see that the third this split flashinglight which i think must be about s well very short distance from the barham all kit area that borrow knock it is a food market like a pharma's markets where people got weekends the lunch ice surrounded by balls and restaurants right busy place at this time on a saturday nights it's opposite london bridge station which is a place where people obviously had to go home after a night tat's in central london we think from piecing together eyewitness reports it's and this is by so i wish i witness reports on they can't be wrong so that is the health warning but the eye is we split could see say that a van plowed into people on the southern ends of london bridge talking told outside a pub that's on the corner of london bridge on the southern end.
"london bridge station" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Incidents the first on london bridge were a van traveling far too fast mowed down pedestrians after a jumped on the sidewalk there were reports of stabbings in boral market and now that all that's being said is an incident in the boxall area the bbc our partners at the bbc have just spoken with a reporter near the scene of one of these incidents let's listen to that i'm actually not far from london bridge applause leonard and i just came out after i hear than you and i talked to one of the bus driver it on the on the bridge when he thought cup lowquality line on the ground not sure where they wear own did not and then he was an act nedcar acted and then he if all more body that's how pro people on the ground and then he called on armed officers coming to the scene then he left the bus on the bridge and you're telling me money was around and he couldn't go back there fell right out there what what what it happened now i was there the times of london bridge station but now please also moved backward through a couple of other journals a loan era but then we saw a lot of ambulances going toward fundambriefed on i saw a lot of other police officers on the there ambulance the security services going to work on the reason i hear more at police calls coming here here a us sites and right now not far from london found just a little bit bodily from the station weekend peter station premier right now a police officer to the back care the station at the time we are facing um but now repair more fully chuck when you says tied the lewis an incident that i work how great not for london there then when i hear did i came out i follow people way back white people come londonbased where everybody with coming out on people with the only eucongo the ali but then i went up to the face them with the police kind of cutting off from the station i read trying to quit all the people from london bridge.