Jamie Olivers London Restaurant Hit By Rioters

August 10, 2011 by staff 

Jamie Olivers London Restaurant Hit By RiotersJamie Olivers London Restaurant Hit By Rioters, Three men were killed when they were struck by a speeding car as they tried to protect shops and homes from looters. The men, aged between 20 and 31 and including two brothers, were hit around 1:00 a.m. in the Winson Green area of ??Birmingham.

A witness said several cars drove past the group of guards and the occupants shouted insults before a vehicle back and up the sidewalk to “fast” and hit men into the air.

Two victims were pronounced dead at the scene and the third died this morning at the city hospital.

Kabir Khan Isakhel witness said: “People came out of prayer (in a local mosque) and protecting the area My friends were attacked – were on the side of the road and the car just came and ran over them ..”

West Midlands Police said they had arrested a 32-year-old on suspicion of murder and recovered a car.

The deaths came after a 26-year-old was shot dead during the raids in south London on Monday night and a man was in critical condition after the mobs hard that night in Ealing .

In Birmingham, a young boy brings his mother wound a mile through the unrest after it was battered by 12 thugs while walking home from a library.

Iftikhar Ahmed, 15, ran to help his mother after he called to say that Rashida was attacked by a mob carrying baseball bats. Born in India, Iftikhar then took her home.

Ms. Ahmed, 39, said: “I am very grateful to my son. He is so brave. He saved my life. He is a true hero.”

The vendor suffered severe bruising to her face and back.

Hundreds of protesters, some looking as young as nine or 10 years, hit the center of Manchester and Salford shopping precinct yesterday 17:00. Over 110 people were arrested after the attacks of fire were thrown into the tents of the robbers stole designer clothes, electrical goods, jewelry, mobile phones and alcohol.

Bristol and Cardiff suffered “small scale” riots last night in the face of increased police patrols.

In Birmingham TV chef Jamie Oliver’s restaurant 270 seats, Italian, Jamie, was beaten in the Bullring shopping center.

The Twitter: “Unfortunately my restaurant in Birmingham is broken, the windows are all gone, the whole area closed, not open, staff and customers safe thanks to God.”

The spokesman said the restaurant chef Birmingham had opened for lunch today.

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