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Traffic has been completely restored in the Uzunovo-Ozherelye sector where a bomb exploded June 12
A bomb exploded at 7.10 a.m. June 12 between Uzunovo and Bogatishchevo 153 km from Moscow, derailing a locomotive and the first four cars of the Grozny-Moscow train. FSB (Federal Security Service) bomb experts say that a caseless explosive device with a force of three kg TNT went off. A FSB investigation squad found a one-meter wide 50 cm deep crater, wires near the tracks and a hide-out. "The wires led into a nearby forest," Deputy Prosecutor-General Nikolai Savchenko noted. "We found wires connected to a console 50 meters from the tracks. A hide-out was also there," Savchenko said. This was a pre-meditated crime. An accomplice told the thugs that the train was coming. They placed the bomb several minutes in advance. Track-walkers or passers-by would have otherwise spotted it. The bomb was powerful enough to derail a train. The Moscow-region prosecutor's office opened a criminal case in line with two articles: terrorism and the attempted murder of two or more people. Doctors treated 42 passengers; five of them were rushed to a hospital.
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