A Manchester hospital has sent pizzas to a London hospital treating victims of the terror attacks
Manchester Royal Infirmary sent the pizzas to Kings College Hospital last night.
Fourteen victims of the London Bridge terror attack are still being treated at the hospital.
Kings College Hospital admitted 14 patients, eight men and six women after three men drove a van along London Bridge then went on a stabbing rampage through Borough Market.
All 14 patients are still thought to be in hospital being treated for a range of injuries.
Police continue to guard the hospital in Denmark Hill, south London, today with two vans, one outside the A&E entrance and and one near the main doors.
Manchester Royal Infirmary sent the pizzas to Kings College Hospital last night
Around five uniform policemen were patrolling the site this morning as patients and visitors came in and out of the facility.
It's such a nice gesture, everyone really appreciated it
Spokeswoman for Kings College Hospital
Kings College NHS tweeted: "Thanks to our friends at @CMFTNHS for this kind gesture – staff in @TeamKingsED are very grateful! #NHSfriends #NHS @NHSMillion"
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Fourteen victims of the London Bridge terror attack are still being treated at the hospital
Jacqui Butler, an Australian doctor working at the hospital – lover of food, champagne and travel! – tweeted: “#feelingthelove Pizzas sent to #KingsED night staff from #ManchesterInfirmary #LondonAttacks #StandTogether #NHSsolidarity @KingsCollegeNHS.”
A spokeswoman for Kings added: "It's such a nice gesture, everyone really appreciated it."