After London Attack Gov Says State Has No Threat

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker  is responding to the terrorist attack in London that left at least seven  dead. 

At the Boston Police Relief Association's Memorial Sunday, Baker  said he is in communication with his colleagues in Europe.  

He added  that there is no "immediate threat here, thankfully."  

Boston Mayor  Marty Walsh says we all need to pay attention because the world is a  "different place then it was five years ago." 

Three attackers drove a  vehicle into people on London Bridge Saturday and then stabbed people at  the nearby Borough Market.  

(Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

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