3 men detained in Kensington area under terrorism act

3 men detained in Kensington area under terrorism act


One person has been killed in a car explosion outside the women's hospital in Liverpool on Sunday. So far, three men have been arrested under the terrorism act.

  The explosion occurred just before 11am, just as the country was about to hold a two-minute silence for remembrance Sunday. The time people across Britain paid tribute to those killed in the war, a taxi carrying one passenger pulled up at The hospital. It exploded. Local police said that the counter-terrorism department was leading the investigation into this. Unfortunately, I can confirm that one person has died and another has been taken to hospital where he is being treated for his injuries, which, thankfully, are not life-threatening. Work is still ongoing to establish what has happened and could Take some time before we're in a position to confirm anything. We are keeping an open mind as to what caused the explosion, but given how it has happened and out of caution. Counter-Terrorism police are leading the investigation supported by murdazad police, three men aged between 21 to 29 detained in the Kensington area of the city and arrested under the terrorism act. Investigators say that they are keeping An open mind about the explosion. The investigation continues with both the security service and the mi5 assisting in the case now, a British prime minister, Boris Johnson, took to Twitter to thank first responders. He said his thoughts were with those affected by the incident and thanked the emergency services for their quick response.

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