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Blast kills two Polish sappers, injures four

09.10.2019 08:30
A blast has killed two sappers and injured four as they worked to defuse unexploded World War II bombs in southern Poland, state news agency PAP has reported.
The area has been cordoned off by the army.
The area has been cordoned off by the army.PAP/Hanna Bardo

The blast took place on Tuesday in a forest near the southern Polish town of Kuźnia Raciborska, as soldiers from an airborne regiment stationed in the region were dealing with unexploded artillery shells discovered three days earlier.

The four injured soldiers were taken to hospital. Two of them are in a serious condition, Alina Kucharzewska, a spokeswoman for the provincial governor, was quoted as saying by PAP.

According to Paweł Mucha, the mayor of Kuźnia Raciborska, the local forests are full of unexploded ordnance, which has been a problem since World War II.


Source: PAP