Hero taxi driver who survived Liverpool hospital attack said suicide bomber ‘smiled like the Joker’

The hero taxi driver who survived the Liverpool hospital terror attack has told of how he is haunted by the suicide bomber’s chilling smile and said: ‘He was smiling like the Joker.’ 

David Perry, 46, from Liverpool, miraculously survived the 2021 Remembrance Sunday bombing, which has left him with PTSD.

Mr Perry’s rented Ford Focus estate was blown apart by terrorist Emad Al-Swealmeen outside Liverpool Women’s Hospital, when the bomber inexplicably triggered his deadly device, which sent 1,000 ball bearings ripping through the air. 

It’s believed Al-Swealmeen had intended to detonate his homemade bomb inside the maternity ward of the hospital, in a sickening bid to murder newborn babies and pregnant mothers.  

But his attack was unsuccessful in killing anybody but himself. Miraculously, David survived and scrambled out of his car with a fractured back, shrapnel wounds, burns and burst ear drums – moments before the cab burst into flames. 

Now, more than a year on, Mr Perry has…

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