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Moscow pays tribute to the victims of a bomb attack on a packed Moscow underground train exactly two years ago
Moscow pays tribute to the victims of a bomb attack on a packed Moscow underground train exactly two years ago. Forty-two people were killed in the suicide bomb attack. Relatives and friends of the blast victims, passengers injured in the blast as well as other Muscovites flocked on Monday at the site of the tragedy, Avtozavodskaya station. The head of the Moscow Metro, Dmitry Gayev, and the head of Moscow’s Southern District, Pyotr Biryukov, put flowers to the memorial plaque with the names of the blast victims. The plaque was unveiled at the platform of Avdozavodskaya two years ago. At 8:40, the exact time when the bomb ripped through the second carriage of the train at the height of rush hour, all underground trains gave long whistles. Many Muscovites rushing to their offices on Monday leave flowers, candles and icons at the memorial plaque.
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