10 November 2017, 15:59
Police says firecracker bursts in abandoned warehouse in Lugansk
LUGANSK, November 10 (Lugansk Media Center) – LPR police believes a firecracker has exploded in an abandoned warehouse close to bus station on Oboronnaya street in Lugansk.
Earlier reports said an outburst was heard in the area of warehouses.
"Probably, a firecracker has exploded," the police report said.
"No traces of major explosion, or military or industrial explosives have been found by police operative group in an abandoned warehouse close to the bus station," the report said.
"Police continues searching other buildings, the reports on bomb threats are being investigated."
Earlier in the day, an anonymous call on bomb threat prompted search in Interior Ministry in Lugansk. Another anonymous call on a bomb threat was received by LPR People's Militia headquarters in Lugansk.
Today, November 10, LPR celebrates the Police Day.
LuganskMediaCentre — 10 November — Lugansk
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