Clwyd South MP Susan Elan Jones is amongst those still locked inside Parliament for their own safety following this afternoon's terrorist attack outside the building.
But she has warmly praised the emergency services for the way they have been handling the emergency.
Media reports say at least two people are dead after a terror attacker brought carnage to central London, mowing down pedestrians on Westminster Bridge before attacking police with a knife in the grounds of the Houses of Parliament.
At least 10 people were been hit by a vehicle on the bridge after a 4x4 drove into pedestrians and cyclists before crashing into the gates of Parliament.
An intruder then managed to break into the grounds of the Parliament and stabbed a police officer before he was shot and injured.
It is reported that the policeman is feared to have since died.
Ms Jones has just texted to llanblogger and confirming she was safe and said: "Police and security have handled things. We can't leave Parliament building yet, though."
She added: "My thoughts and prayers are with those injured and the families and friends of the people who have been killed.
"Huge thanks to our superb police and security services.
"The terrorists must never be allowed to win."