Liverpool Mayor Joanne Anderson has visited Kensington today with Merseyside Police Chief Constable Serena Kennedy and Crime Commissioner Emily Spurrell to show support to local residents after Sunday’s terror incident at Liverpool Women’s Hospital.
They visited the area this morning to answer any questions from residents and to provide reassurance.
I've joined @merpolchiefcon & @MayorLpool in Kensington to talk to local residents about any concerns they may have in wake of incident @LiverpoolWomens & provide reassurance about work being undertaken to keep the community safe. pic.twitter.com/UFeSH0OQTL
— Merseyside's Police Commissioner Emily Spurrell (@MerseysidePCC) November 16, 2021
The city has been left shaken since a bomb was detonated within a taxi outside of the women’s hospital on Sunday.
Police presence in the city has increased and they are asking people to remain vigilant.
This is believed to be Liverpool’s first terror attack and investigations are ongoing to discover the reasons behind the attack.
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