Birmingham: British police have launched a murder probe into the death of three men, who were killed in a road accident in Birmingham, West Midlands during forth night of unrest. The three pedestrians were hit by a car in the Winson Green area of the city at 1am and one critically injured.Police said one man had been arrested in connection with the deaths and a car had been recovered, according to the report.
“Two men have died following a road traffic collision in the Winson Green area of Birmingham which detectives are treating as murder”, said a spokesman for West Midlands Police.
“The incident occurred just after 1am in Dudley Road. Three men were taken to hospital where two subsequently died from their injuries. A third male remains in a critical condition”, he added.
“West Midlands Police have launched a murder inquiry, arrested one man in connection with the incident and recovered a vehicle from near the scene which will be examined by forensics experts”, said the spokesman.
In central London, Prime Minister David Cameron and senior minister called for a second meeting of emergency committee with police chiefs to review the impact of the beefed-up security operation in the streets of London.