UPDATE: Sunday, June 4, 11 a.m. EST

Following Saturday's terrorist attack in London, British Prime Minster Theresa May has confirmed that 7 are dead and 48 were injured during the shocking strike on London Bridge and the surrounding Borough Market area. 21 of those injured remain in critical condition.

Police confronted and shot three suspects—who were hitting pedestrians in a van before exiting the moving vehicle and stabbing people—within eight minutes of receiving the first emergency call at 10:08 p.m., local time. Scotland Yard further revealed that a member of the public was shot by police during the raid against the terrorists who were reportedly heard to be shouting, “This is for Allah,” during the attack. (via The Telegraph)

Here are more artists' messages of solidarity with the U.K.:

Corey Taylor, Slipknot/Stone Sour

Geoff Rickly, Thursday/No Devotion/United Nations

ORIGINAL POST: Saturday, June 3, 10:30 p.m. EST

At least 20 people have been admitted into six hospitals across London after two separate terrorist attacks occurred at London Bridge and Borough Market, according to a statement from the London Ambulance Service.

The attacks happened late Saturday night when a van began running over pedestrians on London Bridge. One witness told CNN that one victim was knocked as high as “about 20 feet into the air.” Around the same time, one man walked into a restaurant near Borough Market and stabbed two people inside.

The Sun has reported that three suspects have been killed by police and they are currently looking for one more. Pictures coming from the scene show one of the suspected terrorists to have metal canisters strapped to his chest.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan released a statement around 9 p.m. ET, followed by a statement from the U.S. Department of State:

JUST IN: London Mayor Sadiq Khan releases statement on attack at London Bridge and Borough Market pic.twitter.com/KTyfJVNOT0

— NBC News (@NBCNews) June 4, 2017

President Donald Trump also tweeted a message of solidarity with the U.K. :

Bands in the scene have also tweeted and posted messages of solidarity with the U.K., which you can read below.

William Control

Frank Iero

Alex Gaskarth, All Time Low

Joel Madden, Good Charlotte

Laura Jane Grace, Against Me!

This Wild Life


Matt Skiba, Alkaline Trio/Blink-182


My love and thoughts are with the city of London tonight✨♥️����♥️✨

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To Write Love On Her Arms

The Word Alive

Maxx Danziger, Set It Off

Mark Hoppus, Blink-182