Terrorism three people arrested after deadly car blast

British counter-terrorism police announced on Sunday evening that they had arrested three people as part of an investigation into a car explosion that left one dead in front of a women’s hospital in Liverpool (northern England) that morning. “Three men aged 29, 26 and 21 were arrested from the Kensington area of ​​Liverpool and arrested under the Terrorism Act,” police said on Twitter.

This explosion, the circumstances are still not clear, due to which one person died. Another person was injured but his prognosis is not in danger. Local police said they were alerted this Sunday around 11:00 am (local and GMT) and intervened immediately. “Unfortunately, we can confirm that one person died and the other was taken to a hospital where they are being treated, which fortunately did not endanger their lives,” police said in a statement.

“As of now, we understand that the car involved was a taxi that had stopped at the hospital shortly before the explosion,” police said, adding that “work is still ongoing to establish what happened”. “We are keeping an open mind about the cause of the blast, but how it happened, as a precaution, Counter Terrorism Police is leading an investigation supported by Merseyside Police.”

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