Vokzalna subway station in Kyiv closed for one hour due to bomb threat call

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Sept. 13, 2012, 11:48 a.m. | Ukraine Politics — by Interfax-Ukraine

Vokzalna subway station was closed after the threat call.


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The Vokzalna subway station in Kyiv was closed for passengers due to a bomb threat call on Thursday morning.

The press service of the municipally owned Kyivsky Metropoliten enterprise told Interfax-Ukraine that the station was closed from 09.30 until 10.30.

The 102 police hotline in Kyiv received a message about an alleged bomb in the Vokzalna subway station on Thursday morning. Operative teams were called to the station immediately, the station was closed, and trains passed through it without stopping.

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