We Stand 'United, Resolute And Strong' http://news.sky.com/skynews/article/0,,30100-1273090,00.html Updated: 21:00, Saturday June 30, 2007 The Government has raised the national terror threat level to "critical" after a burning Jeep was rammed into the terminal building at Glasgow airport. The country is now at its highest threat level and means further attacks are expected "imminently". The level was raised in response to the events of the last 48 hours - an attack on Glasgow airport, and the planting of two car bombs which failed to detonate in London. Gordon Brown made a short statement after emerging from a Cobra emergency meeting, where ministers discussed deploying troops at UK airports. Mr Brown said: "The first duty of the Government is the security and safety of all the British people. So it's right to raise the levels of security at airports and crowded places. "I want all British people to be vigilant and support the police. I know the British people will stand together united, resolute and strong." 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. As holidaymakers ran screaming from the terminal, one member of the public managed to floor the man who was in flames. The suspect was then arrested by police and taken to Paisley's Alexandra hospital, which has since been evacuated. The second man was arrested and taken to Govan police station. Police sources said officers used mace spray on one of the suspects to subdue him. Some witnesses told Sky News they saw three men in the Jeep, and they were all wearing boiler suits. Blackpool airport has been shut by armed police and security tightened at other UK airports. The US has also installed extra security at its airports. Sniffer dogs are checking for explosives at Glasgow airport. There were reports of an incident at Heathrow airport this evening, but police said it was a "non-suspicious car fire". It comes just a day after two car bombs were found in London. And it is in the same week that Gordon Brown became Britain's new Prime Minister, and is exactly seven days before the second anniversary of the 7/7 attacks in London. The Jeep was being driven at around 30mph when it smashed into a glass door at Terminal One of Glasgow airport. There was chaos at the scene There was chaos at the scene Hundreds of shocked holidaymakers were in the area at the time, and witnesses said some of them removed gas cylinders from the jeep. There are reports the occupants - described as Asian males - were trying to pour petrol on the flames. Scott Gleeson said he saw the jeep speed up and swerve towards the terminal at an angle to hit the door. "They were obviously trying to get through to cause as much damage as possible," he said. Holidaymaker Stephen Clarkson said he knocked one of the men to the floor before police intervened. He said: "There was an Asian male. He was lying on the floor and he was on fire, the Jeep was on fire as well. "The fellow got up and started fighting with police. I managed to knock the Asian fellow to the ground and four police officers got on top of him." He added: "His whole body was on fire. He was quite a big fellow and was disorientated otherwise I wouldn't have been able to knock him down." James Edgar told Sky News: "There was a lot of anger - if the crowds had got hold of this gentleman it would have been the end of him." The airport has been closed and holidaymakers are being sheltered at nearby buildings. Passengers on 12 jets that landed at Glasgow airport are still on board their planes. Sad. I don't want another attack to happen. Hundreds of innocent lives are killed during those stupid things.