Londoners have come out in support of businesses affected by the terror attack at Borough Market
The popular market remains closed to the public today as forensic officers continue to comb the scene, while businesses on the high street also remain closed.
At least seven police officers wearing blue rubber gloves were seen walking up and down Borough High Street as part of the city’s investigation into the attack which left seven dead and 48 others injured.
Hundreds of bouquets of flowers have been left on the corner of the street beside a police cordon, along with notes saying "proud of London's heroes" and "we shall conquer the fear with the love in this town" as part of residents’ resolve to remain united.
Among the visitors to the site were employees of recruitment firm Robert Half, which is based inside The Shard building nearby.
Lianna Smyth-Davis, of Balham, said: "We come for drinks down here every Friday night.
"We go to Katzenjammers, the Globe, all the restaurants as well. We spend a lot of time down there.
"I guess it's horrifying for people visiting London. It's scary for people here working.
"We wanted to come and support the businesses. We get lunch in Borough Market. They are all independent businesses.
"We would love to go for lunch and support them.
"We just want people in Borough Market to know we support them."
Floral tributes have been left at Borough Market
Her colleague Robyn Richmond, of Greenwich, added: "Now more than ever we want to support them."
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And Stuart Vincent said: "It's very surreal. It's too close to home."
Antonia Orr, chief executive of the charity Coalition for Efficiency, visited the scene after a meeting nearby.
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The 34-year-old Hackney resident said she used to live in Mexico City, and used to recommend to friends when she was abroad a visit to Borough Market for the food and architecture.
She said: "I have visited Borough Market for years.
"There is this amazing sense of Londoners coming together.
"You can get strength in that there is a lot of outpouring of love and support and solidarity, and I think that helps."
Borough Market was the scene of devastation on Saturday night as three jihadis went on a frenzied knife attack, stabbing innocent people mercilessly moments after ramming a van into pedestrians on London Bridge.
The terror attack was brought to a dramatic end just eight minutes after the first emergency call was made, with armed police killing all three suspects outside the Wheatsheaf pub.