Vehicle Explodes in Possible Attack at U.S.-Canada Border

A car exploded at the Rainbow Bridge on the United States-Canada border in a possible terrorist attack, Fox News reported on November 22. Two people who were in the car were found dead, and one border officer was injured, police sources said.

The vehicle, which was heading toward Canada, may have contained explosives. A witness said the car was traveling around 100 miles per hour. The car hit a barrier near a border control building and exploded. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is currently investigating the incident.

Rainbow Bridge connects Niagara Falls, New York, with Niagara Falls, Canada. All four international border crossing points between Canada and the U.S. in western New York were closed after the incident.

Terrorist attacks: In the wake of Hamas’s massacre in Israel, the danger of terrorism is rising. The United Kingdom recently published a travel advisory cautioning that a terrorist attack in Canada was “very likely,” coinciding with the pro-Hamas protests that have spread across Canada and the U.S.

The Trumpet has warned for decades that terrorist attacks will increase as Western nations decline.

Learn more: Read “Ugly Truths About Islamic Terrorism.”