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The ghost bridge: Double decker buses and cars sit abandoned on eerily quiet London Bridge two days after terror attack as police continue to comb the scene for evidence Drivers and passengers were forced to abandon their vehicles and flee during the attack on Friday The bridge remains closed to the public as police carry out investigations and forensics scour for evidence The Metropolitan Police has not confirmed how long the usually frenetic bridge will remain closed 

By Jack Newman For Mailonline

Published: 12:30 GMT, 1 December 2019 | Updated: 12:30 GMT, 1 December 2019

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Double decker buses, taxis and cars are still sitting empty and abandoned on the eerily quiet London Bridge two days after a terror attack rocked the capital.

When the knife rampage commenced, drivers and passengers were forced to flee, leaving their vehicles on the usually frenetic bridge in the heart of the City as Usman Khan carried out his attack, killing two and injuring three.

The bridge remains closed today with a police cordon at both ends and officers still on patrol while a team of forensics scour for fingerprints and evidence.

Abandoned buses and cars remain on London Bridge today two days after a horrific terror attack took place in the heart of the City

Abandoned buses and cars remain on London Bridge today two days after a horrific terror attack took place in the heart of the City

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