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Kyiv railway station is back to normal operation after fake bomb threat
10:46, 24 October 2017
Kyiv railway station is back to normal operation after fake bomb threat

Earlier it was reported that passengers were evacuated because of the threat of an explosion

10:46, 24 October 2017

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No explosive items were found at the central railway station in Kyiv, the information about mining was not confirmed. This was reported by the press service of Ukrzaliznytsia.

The station is already working as usual.

Ukrzaliznytsya specifies that the report about the mining of the railway station was received by Kyiv police today at 7:10, in connection with this, the passengers and the staff of the station were evacuated.

As explained in the commentary to 112.ua speaker of the Solomensky Police Department Mariana Bratsyuk, 1400 passengers and 40 employees were evacuated from the building of the station.

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While the check was being carried out, the passengers could board and disembark from the trains through the eastern and western underground passages, the train traffic was not stopped.

As it was reported earlier passengers of the central railway station of Kyiv were evacuated in connection with the threat of an explosion.The message on evacuation was transmitted by the train station administration at 7 am via loudspeakers

"In connection with the threat of an explosion, we ask you to vacate the station," the administration of the station said via loudspeakers at 7 am on October 24, the agency cited.

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