Stockholm Blast: Police Investigating

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Stockholm Blast: Police Investigating
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It appears as if the Stockholm blast isn’t as bad as people in the area worried it was. Although it was loud, police say no one was hurt and that there are no signs that a crime has happened. It’s believed that it might have been a gas leak. The Independent reports that the owner of the apartment where the explosion occurred has contacted police.

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In Stockholm, a blast was heard and police have blocked off part of the city. However, it isn’t clear yet what caused the explosion. Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet reports that witnesses describe the Stockholm blast as “heavy.” It was reported in the Sodermalm district on Brannkyrkagatan Street. There is a large police presence at the scene of the Stockholm blast. Officers told the media that they are on the scene investigating but that it’s not clear what has happened yet.

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