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from the family of the murdered police officer, PC Keith Palmer. In a statement they've said:.
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In other news, incredible pictures of an explosion coming through. 34 people have been injured, two of them seriously, following a suspected gas explosion on the Wirral. This is the scene this morning in Bebington, where several buildings collapsed in the blast, including one thought.
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to be a dance studio. This is all that's left of a furniture warehouse and dance studio. Local businesses reduced to rubble. Residents say it was like being in a war zone. It was 9:15 on a quiet shopping strip. People were eating dinner when a gas leak sparked an explosion
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Works from renowned sculptors such as Sydney Kumalo, Willem de Sanderes Hendrikz and Angus Taylor, are set to go on auction on the 28th and 29th of March in Sandton. The sculptures are part of the seven studies of indigenous people and was commissioned by Professor Raymond Dart. Two pieces that are expected to do exceptionally well are the bronze sculptures of the heads of a Khoikhoi and a Pondo male, which are estimated to go from a price tag ranging from R100 000- R150 000. For more on this I'm joined in studio by Anton Welz, he is an Auctioneer and Division Head at Stephan Welz and Co. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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The City of Cape Town's public spaces will morph into new dimensions as they fill with visual and performance art, dance, music, video and more from an extraordinary group of local and international artists next month. That's as the public art festival Infecting the City takes over the Mother City from the 5th to the 8th of April 2017. To tell us more about this year's four-day creative arts takeover we are joined by Infecting the City festival artists Moeketsi Koena and Gaby Saranouffi from Madagascar . For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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gas yesterday and Friday. National Grid engineers are on the scene. This incident is likely to be protracted. This is likely to last several days, very significant damage as you can tell. So it will be some time before people will be allowed back into their homes
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Some people whose homes had to be evacuated spent the night in the local church. Nearby roads are likely to be closed for some time. The government will publish a significant part of its Brexit legislation on Thursday - a day after Theresa May formally tells Brussels that Britain intends to leave the European Union
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Not everyone totally happy with this, why not? That's because ministers will be given the power to translate some of this EU law into domestic law without having to consult MPs and peers, and without having the full Parliamentary scrutiny for some aspects of this. And MPs and.
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A police officer being attacked by the knifeman who was shot and killed, he was repeatedly stabbing him. He didn't intend to hurt anyone, didn't intend to wound anyone, he was trying to kill the officer. That's the only word for it. It was just savage. What happened next? Ah...amongst all the madness, it sort of...there was one calm figure and that was the armed police officer and he sort of walked.
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through the mad crowd... Towards the attacker? Towards the attacker. The attacker's walking forward, he pulled out his pistol and placed two in the fellow's chest. This video is only about seven seconds long, isn't it,.
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but you can see quite a lot. If you slow it down, you can see - there's my team-mate, Pat McCormick, my trainer, Tony Davis, there's police officers here running away from the attacker. You see the young uniformed police officer and the attacker walking towards him and you can hear the two shots fired
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GUNSHOTS He did what he had to do. Tributes continue to be paid to the victims and we've heard.
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businesses totally destroyed. This is what it looked like before last night. The blast was heard up to six miles away. I heard an almighty bang, at as well as the Bang there was pressure as well, I felt a lot of pressure. I originally thought it.
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was in the house. I ran around like a maniac looking around, stuff like that. The sound of the building growing up was captured by a car's dashboard camera. -- blowing up. Two.
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people were taken to a trauma unit in Liverpool with serious injuries. 32 others were treated in hospitals in Wirral and Chester. There is a multitude of injuries that have happened with.
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to bring down the main building and scattered debris for hundreds of yards, but also to punch huge holes in the walls of nearby buildings. The emergency services will not speculate on the cause of the blast, but a number of local people have said they smell.
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..as people run for their lives. For the investigators, it has taken some time to look at the CCTV and look at where he's been at what times and it is key that they isolate those times. The time it has taken him - 82 seconds
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It is a very quick incident, very quick response by the police. They had no warning of this. They had no time for a 999 call to come in. They had to react immediately to what they've seen. It may have been over very quickly, but it was 1.5 minutes that no-one caught up in it will ever forget
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