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Wojsławice. Government spokesman Piotr Mueller: An unexploded ordnance from World War II was most likely detonated near Radom

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Government spokesman Piotr Muller, referring to the explosion in Wojsławice near Radom, said that it was probably an unexploded bomb from World War II. He added that the military verified whether it was an event related to, for example, air operations, but this was not confirmed. Police also said earlier that the blast might have been caused by a detonation.

On Sunday, around 21:30, the Voivodeship Rescue Notification Center received a report from the inhabitants of Wojsławice about a bang coming from the vicinity of the nearby forest. – Policemen were sent to the place to secure the place. They perform activities together with the army, said Katarzyna Kucharska, spokeswoman for the Mazovian police on Monday. It was initially determined that the reason for the bang could be the detonation of materials probably from the period of World War II by an unidentified person. Police are not releasing any more information at this time.

Government spokesman: Everything indicates that it is an unexploded bomb

Government spokesman Piotr Mueller referred to the explosion at a Monday press conference. – Everything indicates that an explosive device exploded, which was an unexploded bomb from World War II – he noted.

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– When there was such information that there was such an explosion, in accordance with the accepted procedures, the Prime Minister yesterday evening Mateusz MorawieckiMr Prime Minister Jaroslaw KaczynskiMinister of National Defence Mariusz Blaszczak and the Minister of the Interior and Administration Mariusz Kaminski were kept informed about this issue, including Mr. President Andrzej Duda government spokesman assured.

Mueller: various scenarios were studied

Mueller added that after explanations and verification of information by the services, the most likely variant was the detonation of an unexploded ordnance from World War II.

– In the evening, also in accordance with the procedures, the Operational Command of the Armed Forces Branches verified whether there could have been any other event, for example an event related to some kind of air operations. However, such information has not been confirmed in any way, but was re-verified at night just in case – said the spokesman.

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