The explosion occurred in the communication well in Odessa on the night of Thursday, on inaccurate data, exploded improvised explosive device (IED) with a capacity of 400 grams of TNT, informs gumvd of Ukraine in Odessa region.
According to the Ministry, the Explosion occurred in the communication well on Alexis area, 17 in the night on Thursday. In the area left the management of the regional and city police, as well as Experts of explosive and gas services.
"on inaccurate conclusions of the experts determined that exploded an improvised explosive device, which contained about 400 grams of TNT. Received damage as a result of the explosion is not present ", - is informed in the report.
This is not the 1st similar incident in Odessa for the last days. In the night of Wednesday, an Explosion occurred on the stretch station " Odessa-Peresyp-Odessa-Zastava-2 ". In the end crater with a diameter of 0. 5 meters and a depth of 0, 2 meters. Victims and received no damage. After the blast police opened a case, describing the incident As a diversion.
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