66. “We Could Have All Died!”

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Two bombing attempts in London failed last night. Mercedes was parked in front of a popular before closing time. There were at least 500 inside the club. The Mercedes contained 11 full cans and 7 containers of nails. Apparently, the was to be exploded by a call from cell phone, but someone, or something, goofed. The phone call didn’t trigger the explosion. Instead, some started spewing out of the car.

An ambulance to drive by. The driver, seeing the smoke, the police. The police arrived quickly, and a expert immediately entered the car and started disarming vehicle. A few minutes later, the police were about another car, also full of explosive material, behind the nightclub. That vehicle was also disarmed. in one night, deadly explosions had failed to . The bad guys had lost--this time.

A new minister had just taken over in England. He that God was watching over London. Scotland Yard that terrorists were behind the bombing attempts. When patron at the nightclub found out how close had been to death, he said, “I’m so to be alive! Last night I was dancing night near the windows next to the street, I would have been one of the first die. It’s scary to think about. I won’t coming to this club for another week or .”