After a car explosion at a hospital, three men have been caught under the Terrorism Act.
After a car explosion in Liverpool at a hospital, three men have been caught under the Terrorism Act.
Liverpool explosion at Liverpool Women’s hospital, three men arrested
Merseyside Police were requested to report a blast requiring a vehicle at Liverpool Women’s Hospital at 10.59 am on Sunday.
Police statement about Liverpool explosion
A spokesman for Merseyside Police stated: “So far we realise that the car involved was a taxi which drew up at the hospital soon before the explosion befell.
Counter-Terrorism Police North West described three men were confined in the Kensington area.
They were imprisoned under the Terrorism Act in connection with the incident. Those three people are aged 29, 26, and 21.
The victims are one person who died and a male injured. The man who injured because of the explosion was brought to the hospital.
A spokesman also added that work is still proceeding to discover what has occurred. It could take some time before we are in a situation to validate anything.
“We are holding an open mind as to what created the blast, but given how it has happened, counter-terrorism police are heading the investigation assisted by Merseyside Police.”
In a statement, Counter Terrorism Police North West mentioned “We are working at a fast pace to seek and discover the details behind this and will refresh in due course.”
The UK Prime Minister though about Liverpool explosion
Prime Minister Boris Johnson tweeted that his thoughts are with all those influenced by the terrible incident in Liverpool today. He also thanked the emergency services for their immediate response and professionalism. Also, the police for their continuing work on the investigation.