11 people died in the explosion in the subway in St. Petersburg is the search for the perpetrators of the attack, said the National antiterrorist Committee (NAC) of the Russian Federation.
“As a result of the explosion, according to the revised data, 11 people were killed, 45 injured are in hospitals. In the framework of the investigative action carried out to establish all circumstances of this crime, the search for the perpetrators and organizers of terrorist attack, as well as accomplices of the criminals”, – is spoken in the message of NAK received by “Interfax”.
The text notes that the experts of the Ministry of health has taken steps to provide necessary medical and psychological aid to victims of the explosion and their families.
“At the station “Ploshchad Rebellion” was discovered and promptly neutralized a suspicious object caught by an improvised explosive device filled striking elements and ready to use. This allowed to prevent the Commission of another serious crimes with human victims”, – stated in the message.
Currently, special services and law enforcement agencies continue to promptly take steps to detect and prevent possible terrorist threats, according to the text.
“The operational headquarters koordiniruyutsya activities of first responders, security agencies and law enforcement. Authorities and local self-government carry out the necessary measures to maintain order and stabilize the socio-political situation in the city”, – stated in the text.
“Complete and objective investigation of criminal case on the fact of explosion in the subway of St. Petersburg decided to manufacture the Main Department on investigation of especially important cases of the Investigative Committee of Russia. In the framework of the investigative action carried out to establish all circumstances of this crime, the search for the perpetrators and organizers of terrorist attack, as well as accomplices of the criminals”, – stated in the message.
Quickly organized the evacuation of citizens, adopted additional measures to ensure public safety and streamline traffic in the city, said in a text message.