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Blast Rocks Siberian Arms Depot, Two Hospitalized

tvk6.ru

Two Russians were hospitalized with shrapnel wounds on Monday after a blast at a Russian military base in the Siberian region of Krasnoyarsk, the state-run RIA news agency cited doctors and emergency services as saying.

An ammunition depot at the base caught fire and people in the nearby village of Kamenka were being evacuated, emergency services were quoted as saying. 

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