British police have released images of the fake bomb vests worn by the London Bridge terrorists.
Khuram Butt, Rachid Redouane and Youssef Zaghba killed eight people on the evening of Saturday the third of June.
They were shot dead by armed police within eight minutes of the first emergency call.
A week on from the attack, officers who rushed to the scene have been describing the chaos, and how they helped people get to safety.
Inspector Jim Cole said: “As we got there, there were three or four armed police officers who were already on the scene at the entrance to the market.
“And somebody asked me to put in a cordon with my team to stop the public going in which seemed like a sensible thing to do.
“So as I was starting to arrange that, that’s when I heard quite a large amount of gunfire from literally just over our shoulder around the corner in the market. At that point it was almost pandemonium.
“People were running. I could see somebody was injured on the floor, by the pub at the corner.
“I was fortunate I had a police medic on board so I called the medic and I instructed him to go over to the entrance of the bar called Cats and Jammers on Southwark Street and set up a triage there with his equipment.
“At that point there were still lots and lots of shots ringing out. I didn’t know whether they were us, our chaps, or the bad guys.”