Britain is once again on edge after yet another terrorist attack rocked Liverpool, this time near the Liverpool Women's Hospital early Sunday morning.

Heroically, taxi driver David Perry noticed that his passenger was acting squirrely, and then noticed the passenger had a device of questionable intent, so he locked himself in the vehicle with the terrorist and continued to drive.

The passenger asked Perry to take him to  Liverpool Cathedral, where thousands were gathered for an annual Remembrance Sunday memorial service, but changed destination mid-trip, and decided on the women's hospital instead.

Video was shared from surveillance cameras, showing the taxi explode, before David Perry can be seen climbing out of the car.

Perry was discharged from the hospital last night after receiving treatment for cuts, burns and stitches to his ear. The passenger, who hasn't yet been identified, is confirmed to be dead from the explosion.

Read more at The Spectator 

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