Wimbledon, which usually starts at 11:30am, held off the day's events until 12:15pm in order to honour the silence.
Many took to Twitter to share photos in an act of solidarity, including regional police departments and the London Embassy.
— McLaren (@McLarenF1) July 3, 2015
May angels lead you into paradise.
May a choir of angels receive you.
May you have eternal rest.July 3, 2015
Words can't describe the sadness that 30 people went on their summer holiday, and never returned. RIP to those lives lost. #WeStandTogether— Hayley B (@Hayles_101) July 3, 2015
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