Two men are in custody after a Jeep "rammed through a terminal building at Glasgow airport". One of the men was shouting "Allah Allah" as he was being restrained by the police.
The Jeep Cherokee was rammed into the terminal at 3.11pm this afternoon.
Witnesses reported hearing a series of loud "bangs" and saw two men - one of whom was on fire - emerge from the vehicle.
The jeep was on fire and some witnesses reported seeing three people in the jeep all wearing "boiler suits".
Fox News is reporting (2:20 CT) there has been a change in the security level in Great Britain. It has been raised to critical which means, according to Sky News, that officials believe another attack is imminent. Airport security has been increased in the U.S. as a result of the incident. Fox is also quoting Dame Pauline Neville Jones, the former head of the British Joint Intelligence Committee, as saying: "One has to conclude these are linked", referring to the car bomb incidents yesterday in London.
***Update 4:20 CT***
A vehicle that crashed into Scotland's largest airport was being treated as a potential terror attack linked to two car bombs found in London, police said Saturday.
One of the men driving in the car was in critical condition at a hospital for severe burns while the other man was in police custody, said Scottish Police Chief Constable Willie Rae.
Rae said a "suspect device" was found on the suspect at the hospital and it was taken to a safe location where it was being investigated.