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ST. PETERSBURG, April 1 (Itar-Tass) – A grenade went off in the entrance hall of an apartment building in St. Petersburg’s Frunzensky district early on Monday, sources from the city police department told Tass.
As a result, a man received minor injuries. “According to early reports, the man saw a grenade when he was about to leave his apartment, and he was quick enough to get back and shut the door,” an officer said. “The man received a minor injury,” he added.
The blast occurred in an apartment building in Kupchinskaya Street at about 6:30 am. Criminal and bomb experts work at the site.
According to local media, the injured main is a son-in-law of the head of the Housing Agency state company, Karem Yuzbashev.