Recently the news about Nottingham is going viral over the internet. The public is going through the internet to know more about the attack that happens in Nottingham. When they get to know about the news they all are shocked and started to go through the internet to know about the victim of the attack. Not only that they all are also going through the internet to know about the reason behind this incident. So, for our readers, we have brought the information about the incident that happen in Nottingham in this article. Keep reading through the article to know more about it.
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As police continue to question a 31-year-old man on suspicion of murder, one of the three victims of the Nottingham attacks has been identified as a superb hockey player. When it was learned that two of its students were among the dead, the University of Nottingham expressed its “shock and devastation” in a statement. Two students, Grace Kumar, 19, and Barnaby Webber, also 19, were stabbed to death in the early hours of Tuesday. Grace Kumar played hockey for the England under-18s squad. “We are all deeply devastated by the news of the sudden passing of Grace Kumar in Nottingham on Tuesday,” England Hockey said in a statement in honor of Miss Kumar.
The guy is also accused of killing a third victim, a man in his 50s, robbing him of his van, and then using it to run into bystanders. After the two students were discovered dead in the street in Ilkeston Road shortly after 4 am, police declared a serious incident. Then, police were rushed to Milton Street in the heart of the city, where a driver had attempted to run over three individuals in a van, leaving one with a severe injury and two others with less serious wounds. The victim, a guy in his 50s, was discovered dead with knife wounds on nearby Magdala Road by a passerby.
The guy appears to be lying on the ground next to the van in the video as police officers take him into custody. Pictures of the car reveal minor windscreen cracks and what seems to be bumper damage. Armed police blocked off Ilkeston Road, where the students were stabbed, at roughly 12:30 pm on Tuesday, hours after the incidents, according to Sky correspondent Becky Johnson. She claimed that after officers appeared to enter a business, two young women were placed in the trunk of a marked vehicle. A number of searches across the city, according to Chief Constable Kate Meynell, were conducted, but no more arrests were made.