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NAZRAN, August 27 (Itar-Tass) — Ingushetia is investigating the details of the bomb blast, which went off at the central marketplace in Nazran, where three people were injured on Monday.
The bomb explosion went off at the doors of the Maria supermarket at 12:30 Moscow time on Monday, a source in the republican Interior Ministry told Itar-Tass. The supermarket was trading alcoholic drinks, according to available reports.
Three men born in 1984 and 1986 got fragmentation wounds. One of them is in extremely grave condition, the doctors are fighting for his life, a source in the Ingush central republican clinical hospital said. Other injured people are in moderately grave condition.
The details of the blast are not reported in the republican law enforcement agencies. “The Maria shop did not work for a long time. Last Sunday and on Monday the owner of the trading stand came to take her things away. When she opened the door in the shop, unidentified bombers with the bag entered the shop. The bomb was detonated at this moment of time,” the source said.
It is not ruled out that injured people, who were hospitalized, could bring the bomb in the shop themselves, he said. Two bombers were already exposed.
The team of detectives is working at the blast site.
For the last few months this is not the first blast and shooting at the trading stands, which sell alcoholic drinks.