But no worries, the Brits have banned me (and Robert Spencer). Banning those of us who oppose jihad terror has surely kept them safer.
London terror attack: Claims second bomb was at Parsons Green
A SECOND bomb at Parsons Green Tube station, in West London, is being deactivated by bomb squad experts, after an initial explosion on a train, according to reports.
By Jon Rogers, The Express, Sep 15, 2017:
Authorities are said to be deactivating a second improvised explosive device found at the scene where several commuters were injured after an explosion.
Met Police refused to comment, saying there was “an incident” at the London tube station.
A journalist for The Daily Telegraph has tweeted: “Police just told us there is a second bomb they are trying to deactivate. #Parsonsgreen”
In a later tweet she wrote: “Police officer at scene: ‘There has been a terror attack on the train. Get inside’.”
At around 8.20am today an explosion ripped through a packed tube train at Parsons Green on the District line, between Earls Court and Wimbledon.
Pictures posted on social media appeared to show wires protruding from a flaming bucket inside a plastic carrier bag on the floor of a carriage.
However eyewitnesses said victims suffered facial injuries after a what appeared to be a homemade bomb exploded.One witness said there were “lots” of people injured after the explosion and a subsequent stampede.
The Metropolitan police have said that emergency services are still at the scene and have asked people to avoid the area.
Prime Minister Theresa May is “receiving regular updates,” according to officials.
British counter-terrorism police are monitoring events but the investigation into the incident is being led by transport police, a security source said.
Met Police have confirmed the incident as being a terror attack.
The home made device on the tube train at Parsons Green
Officers from the Metropolitan Police’s counter-terrorism command have launched an investigation following the explosion in west London during the Friday morning rush hour.The force said police were called at approximately 8.20am to Parsons Green Underground Station “following reports of a fire on the train”.
The Met said Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu, the national co-ordinator for counter-terrorism policing, “has declared it a terrorist incident”, adding: “At present we are aware of a number of people who have suffered injuries.”