The fatal taxi explosion outside Liverpool Women’s Hospital has been declared a terror incident
“The car involved was a taxi, which pulled up at the hospital shortly before the explosion” Chief Constable Serena Kennedy…
“The car involved was a taxi, which pulled up at the hospital shortly before the explosion” Chief Constable Serena Kennedy gives a press conference after one person dies in an explosion outside Liverpool Women’s Hospital.
Three men have been arrested under the terrorism act, after a taxi exploded outside the Liverpool Women’s Hospital on Sunday morning. The passenger died and the driver was wounded.
Three men have been arrested under the Terrorism Act after a blast involving a taxi at Liverpool Women’s Hospital. Oliver Dowden says ‘this sort of incident is consistent with the current threat level & it has sadly never been the case that the terrorist threat has gone away.’
What people are saying?
Boris Johnson My thoughts are with all those affected by the awful incident in Liverpool today. I want to thank the emergency services for their quick response and professionalism, and the police for their ongoing work on the investigation.
Fiona Anderson The emergency services, yes but let’s not anyone forget if it wasn’t for the heroic act of the taxi driver, who locked the doors of his cab before the device exploded it could have been much, much worse. The acts of “Joe Public” in incidents like this need to be highlighted too.