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Vladivostok station was evacuated due to reports of mining

Vladivostok station was evacuated due to reports of mining
Photo: vladivostok.dzvr.ru

Passengers of the railway station in Vladivostok were urgently evacuated. At about two in the afternoon the police received a call with a message about the mining of the building.

“There were not many passengers at this station at this time. They were evacuated, the building check began. Experts did not find explosive devices at the station. Now everything is working as usual. Train traffic is not disturbed, ”Inna Pepelyaeva, head of the media relations department of the Far Eastern Railway, told EatRussia.

Previously reported telephone "mining" railway station and airport in Khabarovsk. About 800 passengers and 200 employees were discharged from the terminal of the domestic airline of the air harbor. In both cases, nothing dangerous explosives found in buildings.

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