Crimea declares three-day mourning for 13 killed in college explosion
Crimea head Sergey Aksenov offered his condolences to the families and friends of those killed in the terrorist attack.
The Crimean head, Sergey Aksenov, declared a three-day mourning starting from tomorrow following the terrorist attack.
“I offer my most sincere and profound condolences to the families and friends of those killed in the explosion at the Kerch Polytechnic College. Shaken by this terrible tragedy, I share your pain and grief,” he wrote on Facebook.
According to the latest data, the terrorist attack killed 13 people. Most of them were teenagers. About 50 people got injuries. Earlier, the National Anti-Terrorism Committee reported that an unidentified explosive device had been detonated in the college. Numerous witnesses claim that shooting preceded the explosion. Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered the FSB and the ICR to investigate the Kerch terrorist attack, while the Health Ministry and the Emergencies Ministry have been told to take emergency measures and take care of the victims.
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