Source Pravda.Ru

Blast Threat On Major Station In Moscow Was False

Menace of explosion on the Kursky station in Moscow turned out to be false, a spokesman for the municipal rescue service said. According to previous information, a cynologist confirmed the presence of an explosive in the suspicious box found in the station building around 8:45 am Moscow time. The suspicious box with a cell attached to it was spotted by passengers. The police arrived to block the station. All people were evacuated from the building. However, experts from Federal Security Service identified the suspected explosive as a dummy. Policemen are now searching the person responsible for setting the object in question in the station building.

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