All scared and ran quickly to the escalator: a resident of St. Petersburg told about the explosion in the subway

The inhabitant of St.-Petersburg Lyudmila winnick said that after the subway bombings, where at that time there were a lot of passengers, people got scared and tried to go faster to the surface.

“I was just transferred to that branch, where there was an emergency… at this station all the people fled, burning smell, (was) smoke, everyone was running to the escalator faster and at the entrance,” said winnick, the TV channel “Russia 24”.

According to her, this time in the subway were a lot of people. “A lot (of people), everyone was running. All, of course, scared,” she added.

Winnick also noted that in the morning the station was closed for entry and exit.

According to media reports, the victims of explosions began 10 people. Another 20 were injured.

Now there are more than 80 rescuers. Arrived firemen and physicians.

In fact PE initiated initial investigations.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said it is too early to talk about the causes of the explosion in the subway of St. Petersburg. He noted that all options are considered — household and criminal, including terrorist nature.