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Deadly blast strikes St. Petersburg's subway

April 03, 17:19 UTC+3

According to preliminary reports, ten people were killed in the incident

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An explosion rocked the subway system of Russia's second largest city, St. Petersburg
An explosion rocked the subway system of Russia's second largest city, St. Petersburg
An explosion rocked the subway system of Russia's second largest city, St. Petersburg
© Anton Vaganov/TASS
According to preliminary reports, ten people were killed in the incident
According to preliminary reports, ten people were killed in the incident
According to preliminary reports, ten people were killed in the incident
© Anton Vaganov/TASS
At about 14:40 Moscow time an unidentified explosive device went off in a metro train when it was mocing between the Tekhnologichesty Institut and Sennaya Ploshchad station in St. Petersburg
At about 14:40 Moscow time an unidentified explosive device went off in a metro train when it was mocing between the Tekhnologichesty Institut and Sennaya Ploshchad station in St. Petersburg
At about 14:40 Moscow time an unidentified explosive device went off in a metro train when it was mocing between the Tekhnologichesty Institut and Sennaya Ploshchad station in St. Petersburg
© Anton Vaganov/TASS
Seven metro stations in the city have been closed following the blast
Seven metro stations in the city have been closed following the blast
Seven metro stations in the city have been closed following the blast
© Piotr Kovalev/TASS
An explosion hit the subway in Russia's second largest city St. Petersburg
An explosion hit the subway in Russia's second largest city St. Petersburg
An explosion hit the subway in Russia's second largest city St. Petersburg
© Anton Vaganov/TASS
© Anton Vaganov/TASS
A man at the entrance to Tekhnologichesky Institut station of the St Petersburg metro in the aftermath of an explosion
A man at the entrance to Tekhnologichesky Institut station of the St Petersburg metro in the aftermath of an explosion
A man at the entrance to Tekhnologichesky Institut station of the St Petersburg metro in the aftermath of an explosion
© Anton Vaganov/TASS
Emergency services work outside Sennaya Square metro station in St. Petersburg, Russia
Emergency services work outside Sennaya Square metro station in St. Petersburg, Russia
Emergency services work outside Sennaya Square metro station in St. Petersburg, Russia
© AP Photo
About 50 people were hurt in a blast in the St. Petersburg metro system, spokesman for the city’s governor Andrei Kibitov said
About 50 people were hurt in a blast in the St. Petersburg metro system, spokesman for the city’s governor Andrei Kibitov said
About 50 people were hurt in a blast in the St. Petersburg metro system, spokesman for the city’s governor Andrei Kibitov said
© Piotr Kovalev/TASS
A police officer and emergency service workers at the entrance to Tekhnologichesky Institut station in St. Petersburg
A police officer and emergency service workers at the entrance to Tekhnologichesky Institut station in St. Petersburg
A police officer and emergency service workers at the entrance to Tekhnologichesky Institut station in St. Petersburg
© Piotr Kovalev/TASS
© Piotr Kovalev/TASS
© Sergei Konkov/TASS
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An explosion rocked the subway system of Russia's second largest city, St. Petersburg
© Anton Vaganov/TASS
According to preliminary reports, ten people were killed in the incident
© Anton Vaganov/TASS
At about 14:40 Moscow time an unidentified explosive device went off in a metro train when it was mocing between the Tekhnologichesty Institut and Sennaya Ploshchad station in St. Petersburg
© Anton Vaganov/TASS
Seven metro stations in the city have been closed following the blast
© Piotr Kovalev/TASS
An explosion hit the subway in Russia's second largest city St. Petersburg
© Anton Vaganov/TASS
© Anton Vaganov/TASS
A man at the entrance to Tekhnologichesky Institut station of the St Petersburg metro in the aftermath of an explosion
© Anton Vaganov/TASS
Emergency services work outside Sennaya Square metro station in St. Petersburg, Russia
© AP Photo
About 50 people were hurt in a blast in the St. Petersburg metro system, spokesman for the city’s governor Andrei Kibitov said
© Piotr Kovalev/TASS
A police officer and emergency service workers at the entrance to Tekhnologichesky Institut station in St. Petersburg
© Piotr Kovalev/TASS
© Piotr Kovalev/TASS
© Sergei Konkov/TASS

An explosion rocked the subway system of Russia's second largest city, St. Petersburg. According to preliminary reports, ten people were killed in the incident. The incident occurred at about 14:40 Moscow time, when an unidentified explosive device went off in a subway car as it was travelling between the Tekhnologichesky Institut and Sennaya Ploshchad stations on the blue line of St. Petersburg’s metro. About 50 people were hurt in the blast, spokesman for the city’s governor Andrei Kibitov said.                                                                                                                                                                                          

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