- Blast outside a hospital left one individual dead and another wounded on Sunday.
- Counterterrorism cops in Britain are probing a blast outside the hospital that killed one individual and another wounded.
Car blast outside a hospital in Liverpool:
Three people were apprehended after a vehicle blast outside the Women’s Hospital in Liverpool left one individual dead and another wounded on Sunday, according to the cops.
Counterterrorism cops, who said they are leading the probe, stated a male passenger in the car was announced dead at the scene. The driver, who was also a male, was wounded and stays in hospital in a good condition.
The cops stated the blast had not been announced a terrorist event at this period.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson stated his thoughts were with those individuals who suffered, and Interior Minister Priti Patel stated in a tweet she is being kept constantly updated on the happening.
Three men, aged 29, 26, and 21 were detained in the Kensingston zone of the town and apprehended under the Terrorism Act, the cops stated in a statement.
Chief Const. Serena Kennedy stated cops were called to reports of a car blast just before 11 GMT Sunday, just as a Remembrance Day Service was commemorating the war dead at the closer by Liverpool Cathedral.
Police stated they understood that the vehicle involved was a taxi that pulled up at the hospital presently before the blast took place.
“Work is still ongoing to establish what has occurred,” she told the press. Source – cbc.ca
“We are keeping an open mind as to what resulted in the explosion but given how it has occurred, out of caution, counterterrorism cops are leading the probe supported by Merseyside Police.” Source – cbc.ca