Insensitive mistake Parking tickets placed on cars abandoned after London Bridge attack

first_img Thursday 8 Jun 2017, 8:21 AM By Sean Murray 23,652 Views Share127 Tweet Email Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 32 Comments center_img Jun 8th 2017, 8:21 AM Source: Aine Fox/PA ImagesTRANSPORT FOR LONDON (TfL) has apologised for an “insensitive mistake” after parking tickets were place on to cars abandoned following Saturday’s London Bridge attack.A number of penalty charge notices were handed out on Borough High Street after the police cordon was scaled back yesterday morning.By yesterday afternoon, parking tickets were found on several cars in the area. The fines can cost as much as £130 (€150).A notice was clearly visible on an Audi parked on the high street. Source: Aine Fox/PA ImagesA spokesperson for TfL told that all the fines would be cancelled.They said: “We unreservedly apologise for our insensitive mistake. These fines should never have been issued and will all be immediately cancelled.”From Saturday evening, a cordon was placed around the area of London Bridge and Borough Market after three men used a van and knives to attack pedestrians in the vicinity.Drivers were told to abandon their cars, and were only able to collect them from Wednesday morning.The investigation into the attack is ongoing.Read: Three men arrested in London on suspicion of terrorism offences not connected to bridge attackRead: Spanish man who used skateboard to try to defend woman from London attacker confirmed dead Short URL ‘Insensitive mistake’: Parking tickets placed on cars abandoned after London Bridge attack TfL apologised and said it would immediately cancel the fines.last_img read more