Car explosion in Liverpool hospital parking lot: anti-terrorism announces arrest of three men

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British counterterrorism police announced on Sunday evening that they had arrested three men in connection with the investigation into a car explosion that morning outside a women’s hospital in Liverpool (northern England), which left one dead .

“Three men – aged 29, 26 and 21 – were arrested in the Kensington area of ​​Liverpool and arrested under the Terrorism Act,” police said on Twitter.

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This explosion, the circumstances still unclear, caused the death of a person. Another person was injured but his prognosis is not in jeopardy.

The local police explained that they had been alerted on Sunday morning around 11 a.m. (local and GMT) and immediately intervened.

“Unfortunately, we can confirm that one person died and another was taken to hospital where they are being treated for injuries, which fortunately do not endanger their lives,” police said in a statement. .

“Until now, we understand that the car involved was a taxi that stopped at the hospital shortly before the explosion,” police said, indicating that “work is still in progress to establish this that happened “.

“We are keeping an open mind as to the cause of the explosion, but given how it happened, as a precaution the Counter Terrorism Police are leading the investigation supported by the Merseyside Police.”

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