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    Explosion at Police Headquarters in Poland

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    There was damage to the ceiling in the security service room, the spokesman for the Commander-in-chief of Police, Inspector Mariusz Ciarka reported.

    Radio ZET reported on Wednesday that there had been an explosion at the Police Headquarters building in Warsaw. As the radio reported, one person was injured and pyrotechnicians were working at the scene. “We know for sure that there was a crushing of the ceiling in the security rooms of the Headquarters,” Radio ZET wrote.

    Inspector Mariusz Ciarka conveyed that the damage to the ceiling occurred in the “security service room”. “This is a classified room, which houses equipment related to ensuring the protection of the Headquarters’ facilities, so we cannot provide any information,” Ciarka informed.

    UPDATE

    A gift received by Poland’s police chief during his visit to Ukraine exploded on Wednesday morning in a room adjacent to his office, the Interior Ministry has reported.

    “One of the presents that the Commander received during his working visit to Ukraine on December 11-12… exploded,” the ministry wrote.

    The police chief suffered minor injuries and has been hospitalised for further monitoring, according to the ministry.

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