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‘Madam, a terrorist has been shot dead … they’ve got a possible IED vest – which is a bomb’: How the horror unfolded on quiet Sunday afternoon on leafy suburban London high street
- Police officer tried to evacuate Life Cafe in Streatham during terror attack
- He urged diners to get out- but owner asked for half-an hour for them to finish
- Terrorist Sudesh Amman had been shot dead outside a nearby Boots chemist
- Firearms officers in unmarked police BMW even crashed on the way to the scene
It was around 2pm on an otherwise ordinary Sunday afternoon when the Streatham attacker began his bloody rampage.
In the Life Cafe, diners enjoying lunch were oblivious to the terror until a police officer burst in.
He shouted: ‘We’ve got to evacuate. There’s been a terrorist incident… If you want to stay safe, you’ll listen to me.’
Asked by a waitress if they could have half-an-hour to finish their meals, his response was clear: ‘Madam, a terrorist has been shot dead just down there.
‘They’ve got a possible IED vest on them, which is a bomb. If you want to stay open for half-an-hour and you want to put people’s lives in danger, be my guest.’
Outside the horror was clear to see.
The terrorist had been shot dead outside a Boots chemists after a team of undercover officers brandishing handguns swooped.
Filmed by a bystander from a passing bus, shocking footage shows the men in jeans, trainers and hoodies pointing their firearms at the attacker’s convulsing body.