London tube bombing - PM says terror threat level raised to critical
The investigation is progressing two days after the attack, which left 29 people injured on the London Underground.
A second suspect was arrested, British police said on Sunday (September 17th) in a statement. The man, aged 21, was arrested in Honuslow (outskirts of London) on saturday at 23:50 (22:50, Paris time). Follow our direct.
Terrorism in London: explosion in the subway Friday, Sept. 15, 2017, suspended traffic on line
Attack in the London Underground by an explosive device
Shortly before 9:30 am on Friday, 15 September 2017, an explosion
the London Underground (UK), in the Parsons Green station ... located to the west of the city.
according to initial reports from the British media following statements by witnesses.
There would be many minor injuries (cuts, burns and bruises).
Metro traffic was suspended between the Edgware Road and Wimbledon stations on the District Line, which serves Parsons Green.
An emergency meeting of the COBRA Government Crisis Staff chaired by Prime Minister Theresa May is scheduled.
The police have appealed to witnesses who must get in touch with them as soon as possible.
A white container placed in a supermarket bag worries investigators who have given way to Scotland Yard deminers ...
Find out more on this page as they become available.
- There are 18 light casualties and rescuers are always on site for first aid (2 rescue units).
-As regards to the machine of which photo above, it would be a bomb craft which, fortunately, did not really work.
A 17H05 Blogouvert:
This explosive device caused 22 wounded (not 18) in the early morning "was destined to do enormous damage", according to the statement of the British Prime Minister Theresa May.
Image below: British policemen near the Parsons Green metro station, September 15, 2017 in London (United Kingdom). KEVIN COOMBS / X00066