Liverpool hospital explosion: Second “device” detonated following terror attack

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Following the horrible ‘terror attacks’ of Remembrance Sunday at Liverpool Women’s Hospital, another device has been set off in a controlled explosion.

Silver Screen Beat Online confirmed that an explosion was controlled in the Sefton Park region.

Four men were taken into custody in connection with the incident. This matter is currently being investigated.

It is still not clear what drove the attacker to attack the victims, but he died on the spot.

Today (15th November) police declared the Poppy Day bombing a terrorist attack following a terrorist attack. “homemade bomb”The taxi was destroyed.

Merseyside Police said Monday that they believe that the passenger was behind the explosive device. However, their motives were unclear. “yet to be understood”.

As the UK fell silent in memory of those who died in world wars on Sunday morning at 10:59 AM, a bomb was placed inside a taxi as it reached Liverpool Women’s Hospital.

A male passenger died following the blaze, while another, the driver – named locally as David Perry, was injured, but has since been released from hospital.

Locals have hailed Perry a “hero” with one saying: “David saved so many lives today at the risk of his own life, David saved his city.”

An additional: “David Perry today put his life on the line and nearly paid the ultimate price to save others apparently not giving a second thought for himself.”

Anderson, Liverpool Mayor, said to BBC this morning that the actions by the taxi driver who was injured in the explosion’s aftermath were unacceptable. “saved many lives”.

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