About 6.30 explosive explosions took place in the center of Zagreb, on the road of Prince Domagoj, where several buildings and vehicles were damaged. Fortunately, there were no residents and passers-by who were harmed.
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Police investigations into the incident occurred, according to the first information from the Zagreb Police Station, residents of Ulica Kneza Domagoja woke up an explosion around 6:30 a.m. Union & # 39; more & # 269; ran in & # 39; buildings & # 39; them, and more & # 39; the vehicle is parked around it. & # 160;
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What is the cause of the explosion, if unknown. Zagreb Radio 101 & # 160;reported that a bomb would explode, which was erected in front of a "tamper". & # 160;
Some media reported that until recently in the building in front of the blast site, the Croatian Interior Minister "# 160;Tomislav Karamarko.
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Police investigations into the incident are still ongoing, according to the first information from Zagreb police, residents of Ulica kneza Domagoja were awakened at around 06.30 local time. Strong explosion. Several windows were destroyed in buildings, as well as several vehicles parked nearby.
The police also announced that they were not damaged.
What is the cause of the explosion is unknown. ZagrebRadio 101 reported that a bomb had exploded, which was erected in front of local barracks.
Some media still report that up to now in the building in front of the place where the Croatian interior minister has been left to live Tomislav Karamarko.