UPDATE: A third has been deactivated at the airport in Brussels, according to the Associated Press.
A alleged suicide attack at an airport was followed by an explosion at a train station Tuesday in Brussels, Belgium. According to reports 31 people have died and there has been over 100 injuries. Earlier today, the terror alert was raised to maximum.
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has released her statement on the explosions in Brussels. She says terrorizing civilians is a cowardly act.
She adds that she speaks for all Albertans when she offers condolences, resolve, and solidarity to the people of Belgium.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau relayed his condolences in a statement as well.
“I am outraged and deeply saddened by the news that so many have been killed and injured in terrorist attacks targeting the people of Brussels”
The city of Brussels has been virtually shut down. The Brussels airport has released that they will not be offering any flights for the remainder of the day.