University of Nottingham Stabbing Incident Investigations – The victim who passed away in a violent terror attack overnight Tuesday has been identified by the investigating department as 19-year-old Grace Kumar, an Alumnus of Bancroft School and a first-team hockey player at UoN, and 19-year-old Barnaby Webber and a man in his 50s according to reports, the three individuals died from stabbing injuries. The deadly incident happened in Nottingham’s city center. The two 19-year-olds are students of the Nottingham University, Vice-Chancellor, Professor Shearer West confirmed.
University of Nottingham;
Following today’s tragic events in Nottingham, our Vice-Chancellor Professor Shearer West has issued a statement:
Vice-Chancellor, Professor Shearer West, said: “All of us at Nottingham are deeply shocked and saddened by the deaths of two of our students following a major incident in Nottingham city center.
“I know our entire University community will join me in offering our deepest condolences to their family and close friends, as well as the other victims of the incident. Our thoughts are very much with them all at this incredibly difficult time.
“The university is supporting the students’ family and friends, as well as staff and students. Our security team is working closely with Nottinghamshire Police and the authorities to support the ongoing investigation into the incident.”
As a result of the attacks in the early hours of Tuesday, the University of Nottingham Students’ Union has confirmed that the graduation ball scheduled for that night has been canceled. The group issued a statement expressing “devastation and grief. As a result of the attacks in the early hours of Tuesday, the University of Nottingham Students’ Union has confirmed that the graduation ball scheduled for that night has been canceled. Three persons were killed and three others were injured in the attacks; the organization expressed “devastation and shock.” three persons were killed and three others were injured in the attacks.
In a statement, the SU said: “We stand in solidarity with all our students and the wider city, and our thoughts are with the families and friends of those harmed, alongside those directly and indirectly affected by the unfolding of these terrible events. “In light of this, we have decided to cancel Grad Ball this evening. Attendees will be contacted in due course, but in the meantime, we are continuing to work with the university and relevant authorities to understand the situation.”
Who Is The Suspect In Nottingham Incident?
According to the Gray Arena News, reliable sources claim that in the early hours of this morning in Nottingham, a West African migrant with a violent past attacked two 19-year-old university students and a guy in his 50s in what may have been an act of terrorism. Barnaby Webber, 19, was a former public schoolboy who had enrolled at the University of Nottingham to further his study. Barnaby and another student (perhaps a young woman) were discovered stabbed to death in Ilkeston Road.
The van driver then crashed into three persons on Milton Street, prompting the dispatch of police. The owner of this van is suspected to be the victim of a stabbing. An elderly guy was discovered dead from apparent knife wounds along Magdala Road. Another was critically injured and is currently hospitalized. Police specializing in counterterrorism isn’t making any assumptions about what transpired. The identity of the assailant is now unknown.
Nottingham Vigil For Victims
Nottingham residents have conducted vigils in honor of the victims. As of 07:00, police and forensics have raided a white Toyota and are examining the back of a raised house. We have constant touch with witnesses who were at the site and they confirm the attacker was not white British and may have been a foreigner.
Barnaby Webber Obituary and Funeral Arrangements will be Released by the Family
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