Zaryadye Park was closed due to an unknown device 20:08

Zaryadye Park was temporarily closed to visitors due to information about an unidentified device in its area. This has been reported Web site parka.

It was stated that access to the park was temporarily closed due to information regarding an unidentified device. Dog handlers work on site.

No additional information is provided.

Before that Kyiv railway station in Moscow evacuated Due to a bomb threat received.

The source emphasized that experts are currently working in the field and the information has been verified.

An evacuation announcement was previously made in Moscow’s Zaryadye Park. Movement within the park is restricted. Police asked park visitors to leave the area and people in the concert hall not to leave.

Zaryadye has been evacuated several times in recent months. For this reason, visitors were asked to leave the site upon a report of an unidentified device on August 22.

On August 20, the park was temporarily closed due to the discovery of an unidentified device on its territory, and visitors to Zaryadye were evacuated. A similar situation occurred on August 16.

Previously in China evacuated 200 thousand people due to typhoon.

Source: Gazeta


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