Two landmark buildings in Leeds have been lit up in red, white and blue tonight to pay tribute to those who were killed in the London terror attack.
The Town Hall and the Civic Hall, just a few hundred metres apart in the city centre, were lit up in the colours of the Union Flag in honour of the three people killed by a terrorist at Parliament yesterday, who was also killed.
Mark Holstead said: "So horrible, I can't find words to describe how I feel about an attack on our democracy like this. Prayers and thoughts are with them caught up in this outrageous attack.
Vera Smith said: "Well done a fitting tribute to all those that as lost their lives & injured we will all stand strong together may god bless their families"
Dot Marshall said "Dont let there deaths be in vain and remember we are all proud of you thank you everyone."
Leanne Jayne Mitchell ·said: "Thoughts with London and the victims family at this sad time xx"
David Morby added: "Well done Leeds, words can't express what a waste of lives this is."
Susan Johnson said: "This is a nice tribute to all how lost there life's and those how have been injured. We stand strong"
Deborah Sloan: "Our hearts go out to the the families of those who lost their life's too soon yesterday.
"And tribute to all our emergency services involved during and after the tragic event.
"And to the family of the police man who lost his life protecting his fellow men and women.
"R.I.P each and everyone of you xxx"
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