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…reports Asian Lite News.
Police announced the arrests of 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.
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.
Counter-terrorism police in the region were working closely with the Liverpool force, the statement added.
Chief Constable Serena Kennedy said police were called to reports of a car explosion just before 1100 GMT outside Liverpool Women’s Hospital, just as a Remembrance Day Service was commemorating war dead at the nearby Liverpool Cathedral.
Police said they understood that the car involved was a taxi that pulled up at the hospital shortly before the explosion occurred.
“Work is still ongoing to establish what has happened,” Kennedy told reporters.
“We are keeping an open mind as to what caused the explosion but given how it has happened, out of caution, counter-terrorism police are leading the investigation supported by Merseyside Police.”
Police said the explosion had not been declared a terrorist incident at this stage.