Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Police Seek 'Terrorists' Responsible for India Train Blasts That Killed 147

MUMBAI, India — Indian police were conducting a nationwide manhunt on Tuesday for a series of terrorist bombings carried out at rush hour on Mumbai's crowded transit system. The attacks reportedly left nearly 150 dead and at least 439 injured.
Police reportedly were carrying out raids across the country following the explosions, presumably in search of suspects. One television report said a suspect was in custody.
The explosions, which occurred as commuters were returning home from work during the evening rush, tore apart locomotives and scattered bodies around the tracks, as shown on Indian television.
Hey, everyone. Do we want this to be us? It could be, and it could've been.