British police on Sunday arrested three men after a car exploded in front of Liverpool Women’s Hospital, killing one man and injuring another on Sunday morning.
The three men, aged 29, 26 and 21, were arrested in Liverpool’s Kensington district under the anti-terrorism laws, Greater Manchester Police said in a tweet shortly after the incident.
The man killed in the blast has not yet been identified, the statement said. The injured man, who was driving, was in a stable condition in hospital.
According to the statement, counter-terrorism police in the region were working closely with the Liverpool force to unravel the situation.
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