Moscow metro: unattended item at Varshavskaya station, checks in train
Previously, similar checks had been carried out at Savelovskaya station and Ugreshskaya station of Moscow Central Circle.
It is already the third train of the Moscow metro that has been checked after an unattended item was found there; the operational services arrived at Varshavskaya, a source in Moscow emergency services told RIA Novosti.
"An unattended item has been found at Varshavskaya metro station. Passengers were detrained and the train was sent to Varshavskoye depot, now everything is being studied," the source said.
He highlighted that the other trains of the line follow the regular schedule.
Previously, similar checks had been held after an ownerless backpack was found at Savelovskaya, and a suspicious bag was found at Ugreshskaya station of Moscow Central Circle.
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