Russia says 3 killed in Crimea bridge blast
Saturday, 08 October, 2022, 15:42
Russian investigators Saturday said three people were killed after a truck exploded on its bridge linking Moscow-annexed Crimea to the mainland, adding that the owner of the vehicle had been identified.
"According to preliminary information, three people were killed," Russia's investigative committee said in a statement. It said they were likely to be "passengers of a car that was near the truck that exploded."
Moscow announced earlier that a truck exploded igniting a huge fire and damaging the key Kerch bridge — built as Russia's sole land link with annexed Crimea — and vowed to find the perpetrators, without immediately blaming Ukraine.
Iran says 4 sentenced to death for alleged collaboration with Israeli intelligence43630.11.2022, 22:18
At least 35 killed as blast hits religious school in northern Afghanistan — media40230.11.2022, 19:06
Iran acknowledges more than 300 are dead from unrest from nationwide protests (video)46729.11.2022, 11:12
The serviceman is in a stable condition51224.11.2022, 09:18
Death toll from Indonesia's earthquake rises to 252 (video)48622.11.2022, 13:12
5 killed, 18 injured in shooting at gay nightclub in Colorado Springs47120.11.2022, 18:00
Turkey launches airstrikes over northern Syria44620.11.2022, 10:42
Russia’s Lavrov taken to hospital after landing in Bali53814.11.2022, 13:30