Cam Lets Fans Know She’s Safe After London Terrorist Attacks
Cam was in London during the terrorist attacks on London Bridge and Borough Market on June 3, but she's safe.
The incidents reportedly began around 10PM Saturday night, when a car drove onto the sidewalk on London’s Westminster Bridge and began hitting pedestrians. The three people inside the car then exited the vehicle, went to the nearby Borough Market and began stabbing people. Police fatally shot the three attackers because they appeared to be wearing suicide bomber belts — those were later found to be fake.
"Following updates on the #LondonBridge #boroughmarket and #Vauxhall [attacks] from the hotel," Cam tweeted on Saturday. "We are safe. Heart is hurting for those involved."
Seven people were killed during the attack and 48 people were injured — 21 of whom are in critical condition. These events follow a deadly bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, less than two weeks prior, in which 22 people were killed.
Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott was relieved to see to Cam’s tweet, responding, “SO thankful you’re safe and praying for #London!!!!!”
Cam performed a nearly two-hour unplugged set at her June 2 show at the Tabernacle in Notting Hill, and she’s headed back stateside for CMA Fest in Nashville on June 10. She's also playing Bonnaroo on June 11.
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