An explosive was attached to the car that exploded in Dnipro. It could have detonated when the driver got into the car. This was reported by Interfax-Ukraine with reference to a source in law enforcement.
“According to the investigation, an improvised explosive device was installed in the car,” the interlocutor said.
He added that, according to one version, the explosive device could have been attached to the bottom of the car, and it detonated when the driver got into the car.
As it was reported earlier, a car exploded in Dnipro city, southeastern Ukraine on September 15. Two people deceased in the blast, both of them were inside the vehicle at the moment.
Later it became known that the victims of the explosion were the Chief of the Mass Media and Public Relations Department of the State Emergency Service in Dnipropetrovsk region, Captain Daria Hrechyshcheva Anti-Terrorist Operation veteran Oleksiy Kavlak.
The Security Service of Ukraine has opened criminal proceedings over the explosion. Information about the event was entered into the Unified Register of pre-trial investigation under Part 3 of Art. 258 ("Terrorist act") of the Criminal code of Ukraine.