Seven Britons injured in Mumbai attacks, official says

Other News Materials 27 November 2008 11:45 (UTC +04:00)

Seven British citizens have been injured in the attacks in Mumbai, Britain's High Commissioner in India said Thursday.

"We have visited most of the central hospitals where those injured have been taken and have met seven British victims who are in hospital at the moment and we understand there is likely to be some other injured of British nationality," Richard Stagg told the BBC.

He did not give details of the injuries sustained. Stagg said the nationality of the hostages being held in the city was unknown though some were "foreign."