July 1, 2007

TOUGH TO GET GOOD HELP THESE DAYS:

Britain on alert after airport attack: Two are arrested after an SUV crashes into a Glasgow terminal. Police see a link to the car bombs found in London. (Janet Stobart and Sebastian Rotella, July 1, 2007, LA Times)

Two men crashed a sport utility vehicle into the main terminal of Scotland's Glasgow international airport Saturday, a fiery attack that authorities said was linked to the two car bombs left the day before in London's crowded nightclub district.

Two suspects were detained and one was hospitalized in critical condition with severe burns. One bystander suffered a leg injury, but no serious casualties were reported among travelers and employees on one of the busiest summer vacation travel weeks.

Posted by Orrin Judd at July 1, 2007 7:44 AM
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