An explosion has happened at a government office for migrants and refugees in the German town of Zirndorf, located in northern Bavaria. According to The Sun, early reports say the device was a suitcase bomb.
According to Belfast Telegraph:
“German broadcaster Bayerischer Rundfunk reported that a suitcase filled with aerosols was detonated.”
According to this Conflits-FR, the bomb consisted of a suitcase full of aerosols, which means the explosion would be of low intensity, and that it would not cause many injuries.
Update: The situation has been resolved. There are no injuries or damage.
UPDATE: Police on Twitter confirm detonation incident near migrant center in Zirndorf, Germany; no explosion, no danger
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According to Munich-based broadcaster Bayerischer Rundfunk, an explosion took place near a migration center near the Germany city of Nuremberg.
According to RT, “The blast reportedly took place in the town of Zirndorf in northern Bavaria. Bayerischer Rundfunk is reporting that a suitcase filled with various cans exploded about 200 meters away from the refugee center.”
Law enforcement sources have confirmed that a police operation is underway near where the explosion reportedly took place. As of right now, there is no reported damage or injuries.