Local universities check welfare of students abroad after London terror attack

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We’re checking in with local universities to find out if any students studying abroad were affected by the terror attack on the London Bridge.

ExploreLondon Bridge terror attacks: What we know

Seven people were killed and dozens injured when a van plowed into a crowd Saturday on the London Bridge then proceeded to a neighborhood market where three of the van’s occupants got out and stabbed multiple people.

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British Prime Minister Theresa May says 'enough is enough' in wake of London terror attacks.

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Police shot and killed the three assailants, according to the Associated Press.

The Associated Press reported Sunday morning that 12 people were arrested as part of the investigation.

A University of Dayton official said staff there are reaching out to any students who are studying in an abroad program.

So far, all students from Miami University who are in study abroad programs are safe and accounted for, according to MU spokeswoman Claire Wagner.

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Police: death toll from London terror attacks has risen to 7 dead; nearly 50 others were injured.

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We will update this story as more information becomes available. If you know someone from our area who was directly affected by this incident, please contact us by calling (937) 259-2237 or by email newsdesk@cmgohio.com.