At least three injured as ‘WW2 bomb’ explodes outside train station
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At least three people have been injured as a result of an explosion outside a train station in Munich, Germany.
The explosion occurred during construction works near Donnersbergerbruecke station, with emergency services arriving swiftly on the scene.
Police have not released any information so far as to what may have caused the blast.
Munich police spokesperson, Peter Werthmann, said: "At this time there is no evidence of criminal offenses. According to initial findings, we have three injured people, the danger area is largely cordoned off and train traffic is blocked on the main route."
"There is no danger outside the immediate area."
One of the three people was seriously injured according to the Munich fire brigade.
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