UK: Car explodes into fireball near London Christmas market, cops say it’s “non-suspicious”

Of course it’s “non-suspicious.” What could possibly be suspicious about a car exploding in the middle of a Christmas market just after the Islamic State threatened Christmas jihad attacks? Cars explode all the time, don’t they? Especially at Christmas markets. Anyone who thinks otherwise is a “far-right,” “fascist” “Islamophobe” who will have to answer to Theresa May.

Anyway, this may indeed be some bizarre accident, but it is highly coincidental that it would come right after the Islamic State’s Christmas threats.

“Car explodes into fireball near Christmas market in middle of Brit high street,” by Henry Holloway, Daily Star, November 30, 2017 (thanks to Milad):

Onlookers were shocked as a parked car erupted into a raging inferno as they enjoyed an evening of festivities in Pinner, Middlesex.

Hundreds were out and about to enjoy the Pinner Panto – one of the key events on the village’s calendar.

Police and firefighters rushed to the scene as video shows the vehicle on fire as officers clear the street.

One copper in a high-vis coat can be seen urging onlookers to back away as they cleared the junction between the High Street and Chapel Lane.

Smoke could be seen billowing across the road as the blaze reduced the car to a burnt-out wreck in the village just north-west of London.

London Fire Brigade confirmed they sent one fire engine to the scene with five firefighters to battle the blaze.

The crew quickly brought the blaze under control and residents could go back to the enjoying the Christmas fun.

Met Police confirmed to Daily Star Online that the incident was at this stage non-suspicious.

A witness wrote on Twitter: “Car on fire in Pinner village, right in the middle of the Christmas fayre. Cause unclear.”…

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