An attack occurred at the main railway station in Ukraine's capital, Kiev this morning at about 12:30 p.m. An unidentified person threw a grenade into an office linked to the station.
Ukraine's Sanitation and Epidemic Inspectorate was the target of the attacker. The attacker threw the grenade into a window as their car passed by. The grenade has been identified as an RGD-5 type.
Seven people were wounded in the blast.
Area hospitals have received the wounded. They were all suffering from metal fragments.
WELT Online reports:
Maryna Ostapenko, a spokesman for the SBU state security service said the attack took place at about 12.30 p.m. SBU officers were at the scene.
"An unknown attacker threw the grenade. According to initial reports, seven people were injured. There are no fatalities,“ she said by telephone.
One of the victims has a serious injury to the eye.