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DONETSK, April 27 (Itar-Tass) — Some 14 people were injured in four blasts in Dnepropetrovsk, a source in the Ukrainian Ministry of Emergency Situations reported on Friday. The first blast was detonated at the tramway stop, two explosions went off at the railway terminal a little more than an hour later.
The detectives found that the first explosive device, which went off at the tramway stop, was planted in the recycle bin, head of the public relations department in the police department in the Dnepropetrovsk Region Alexei Shcherbatov told reporters on Friday. He confirmed the report about four injured passengers of the tramway, which went up to the stop at the moment of the blast.
The second explosion of an unidentified object in the recycle bin went off at 12:20 Moscow time at the Rodina movie theatre. According to preliminary reports, seven people were injured in the blast.
The third blast went off at an engineering college at 8, Stolyarov Street, Shcherbatov told reporters. The unidentified explosive device, which was planted in the recycle bin, exploded, he said. The police reported that three students of the engineering college were injured in the blast. They got light wounds. One of them refused from hospitalization, the others were hospitalized.
According to the latest reports, the fourth blast went off not far from the Globa park, but no accurate reports came.
Ukrainian Interior Minister Vitaly Zakharchenko urgently flied to Dnepropetrovsk.