VIDEO: Minute’s silence observed in Wakefield after latest terrorist attack

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People braved the rain and the wind to observe a minute’s silence in Wakefield this morning.

Hundreds gathered outside the police headquarters on Laburnham Road and bowed their heads as the clock struck 11am.

A minute's silence in Wakefield.

A minute's silence in Wakefield.

The traffic onto Laburnham Road was stopped and the West Yorkshire Police flag was flown at half mast.

The show of respect, which was held all across the country, was for the victims of Saturday’s London terrorist attack which left seven dead and more than 48 injured.

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