Newcastle: Muslim Vehicle Ramming Attack On Eid'l Fitr


This is the driver suspected of accidentally injuring six people including three children when her car careered out of control through a field full of hundreds of Muslims who had been celebrating the end of Ramadan. The car ploughed into crowds who had packed into a sports pitch that was serving as a car park for Eid celebrations in Westgate Community College, Newcastle. Witnesses said the driver, a 42-year-old Muslim woman, got into her car at 9.14am after prayers when she 'hit the gas not the break' and sped into adults and children. Bloodied victims fled as the car sped around the field, just down the road from Newcastle Central Mosque, before a bystander leapt in and pulled the handbrake. The woman was arrested and taken into custody but police said the incident was not terror related. The car was later filmed being taken away to be analysed. Speaking just before 2pm, Assistant Chief Constable Darren Best said two of the children and one adult were still in intensive care at the Royal Victoria Infirmary. Daily Mail Read More>>>>>>>>>




Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Death Photo Of Robin Williams Dead By Means Of Autoerotic Asphyxiation?

Actor Robin Williams Dead By Means Of Autoerotic Asphyxiation (AEA)! "It Was A Hollywood Thing"

Linkin Park Singer Chester Bennington KILLS SELF BY MEANS OF AUTO-EROTIC ASPHYXIATION!

Two Gay MUSLIMS Alexandre Bissonnette & Mohammed Belkhadir Murder Six And Wound Several At Quebec City Mosque

Our Lady Of La Salette Warned Pope Francis On His BREASTFEEDING PROPHECY DOOM! Seven Dead Children This Winter

UPDATE: Daughter's Boyfriend Murdered Parents Savvas & Amy Savopoulos And Then Burned Down The House?

Septuagesima Sunday The Gospel Mat. 20 v.1. Sunday Meditation: A Plaine Path-way To Heaven Thomas Hill 1634

ACTUAL PHOTO: ISIS Beheads Rehana The Poster Girl For Kurdish Freedom Fighters In Kobane

Septuagesima Sunday The Gospel Mat. 20 v.1. Saturday Meditation: A Plaine Path-way To Heaven Thomas Hill 1634

The First Sunday In Lent The Gospel Matt.4.v.1. Wednesday Meditation: A Plaine Path-way To Heaven Thomas Hill 1634