Two explosions rock Jammu Air Force Station in India.
Image Credit: Indian Air Force Twitter.
On Sunday morning, the Indian Air Force reported on Twitter that there were two low-intensity explosions in the technical area of Jammu Air Force Station in Kashmir. Both explosions occurred at around 1.45am local time, with the first blast penetrating the roof creating a huge hole, while the second one occurred on the ground.
The bomb pierced through the building, but caused minimal damage. Image Credit: Indian Air Force Twitter.
No casualties or injuries were reported so far. No damage to equipment was reported. An investigation has been launched to determine the cause of the explosions, but security agencies suspect drones might have dropped the bombs. Drones were used in the area in the past as they can escape radar.
Several sources revealed that a high level meeting was in progress at the Air Force station with senior police and Indian Air Force officials.
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