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After Monday morning’s explosion in Moscow’s Cherkizovo neighborhood security measures will be scrutinized at all of the city markets
After Monday morning’s explosion in Moscow’s Cherkizovo neighborhood security measures will be scrutinized at all of the city markets, the chief of the Moscow government law enforcement relations department, former head of the city police force Nikolai Kulikov has said. At the same time he recognized that it would be impossible to guarantee security 100 percent. “Controlling one and all would be impossible. The flow of people is so heavy that maintaining a level of security similar to that at sites of public and cultural events is inconceivable,” Kulikov said, adding that security measures might be tightened after all. Currently the crime scene is being examined and witnesses questioned. “The prosecutor’s office investigators are in charge, a number of forensic examinations are to be held,” he said. Moscow’s Prosecutor Yuri Syomin said commercial rivalry was the main version detectives were focusing on. “The explosion occurred between two containers inside a trade pavilion. The yield of the uncased explosive device measured over 1 kg of TNT. Next to it, in the very center of the explosion, there was a natural gas cylinder,” he said. According to the latest statistics, the prosecutor said, eight people were killed and 41 others injured. All of Moscow’s emergency and law enforcement services are working on the site of the incident.
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