LONDON — Here is what we know so far about the seven people killed in an attack in London on Saturday night, when three men drove a van into pedestrians on London Bridge before stabbing several people in nearby Borough Market.
Six of the victims have not been publicly identified: The British government does not release the names of the dead until the post-mortems are concluded, so the identification of victims at this stage is left to the families.
Christine Archibald, 30
Christine Archibald, a 30-year-old Canadian living in the Netherlands, had come to London with her fiancé for a romantic weekend and was walking across London Bridge on Saturday when a white van veered off the road, smashing into her.
Ms. Archibald was the first of the victims to be publicly identified, and her final moments were recounted in a Facebook post by the brother of her fiancé, Tyler Ferguson. Mr. Ferguson’s sister said Ms. Archibald died at the scene in her fiancé’s arms.
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