UK PM Sunak Mourns Nottingham City Victims

Three other people were injured when a van tried to mow them down, in what Sunak described as a "shocking incident" that police are linking to the deaths.


A police officer stands by a cordon on Ilkeston Road in Nottingham, central England, during a ‘major incident’ in which three people have been found dead. UK police on Tuesday locked down the central English city of Nottingham after three people were found dead in a “horrific and tragic incident”. A 31-year-old man had been arrested on suspicion of murder, police said, adding that they were also investigating another incident which they believed was linked, in which a van had attempted to run over three people. (Photo by Darren Staples / AFP)

 

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on Tuesday sent his condolences to the families of three people killed in the central English city of Nottingham.

Three other people were injured when a van tried to mow them down, in what Sunak described as a “shocking incident” that police are linking to the deaths.

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