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7 still hospitalized after London mosque attack

20 Juin 2017

Osborne was initially arrested by police on suspicion of attempted murder, but is now being held on suspicion of terror offences, Scotland Yard said.

"We have a witness saying that the guy who did what he did, the driver of the van, said 'I did my bit, ' which means he's not mentally ill", Kacimi said.

"In a statement given to local media on behalf of Osborne's family, his nephew Ellis Osborne said: "We are massively shocked; it's unbelievable, it still hasn't really sunk in".

After the London Bridge attack earlier this month, London mayor Sadiq Khan's office reported a 40 percent increase in racist incidents in the capital and a fivefold increase in anti-Muslim incidents.

Witnesses claimed to have heard a man shout "kill all Muslims" during the attack.

A spokesman said police investigations are "continuing to establish whether there is any link between his death and the attack" adding: "The man suspected of driving the van was detained by members of the public at the scene".

British health authorities say seven people remain hospitalized after a driver plowed into a crowd spilling out of north London mosques after Ramadan services.

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One man died and 10 people were injured in the assault, the latest in a series of terror attacks to hit the United Kingdom this year.

Khadijeh Sherizi said Mr Osborne was polite and her children, who are Muslim, would play with his children most days. Christine also expressed her sympathy for the victims of the incident and said that her heart goes out to all those who were injured in the incident.

He hired the £80-a-day van to carry out the attack in the early hours of Monday morning.

The U.K. police are investigating the incident as a terrorist attack.

The BBC says Osborne, a father of four, is reportedly from the Cardiff, Wales, area. At least one person was killed and 10 more were injured, with eight of them hospitalized in the ramming incident.

He said the attack was one of terror and that it was "similar" to those which have recently happened in Manchester, Westminster and London Bridge. May vowed to provide extra police resources to protect mosques.

7 still hospitalized after London mosque attack