A car in front of a clinic exploded on Sunday in Liverpool, England. A person was killed in the process. The anti-terrorist unit took over the investigation.
A person was killed in a car explosion in Liverpool on Sunday. The incident occurred in the morning in front of a women’s clinic in the center of the north-west English city, the police said. Another person was injured. The anti-terrorist unit took over the investigation. The vehicle is said to have been a taxi that had stopped in front of the hospital shortly before.
“We remain open-minded about the cause of the explosion,” said the police report. But given the way in which it happened, as a precaution, the anti-terrorist unit is taking over the investigation. The incident has not yet been classified as a terrorist act.
According to the police, the injured person was taken to a clinic and is being treated there. The injuries are therefore not life-threatening.