В Боготе произошел мощный взрыв

12 Августа 2010, 16:46

При взрыве в колумбийской столице пострадали четыре человека. Фото AFP

Colombian police officers inspect the site of an explosion in Bogota on August 12, 2010. A powerful explosion rocked northern Bogota early Thursday, causing extensive damage to a private radio station and shattering windows of buildings in the area, witnesses said. Police were investigating the possibility the explosion was caused by a car bomb, Bogota police commander Cesar Pinzon told Radio Caracol, which was hit by the blast. There were no immediate reports of casualties. AFP PHOTO/Eitan Abramovich
A Colombian police officer stands at the site of an explosion in Bogota on August 12, 2010. A powerful explosion rocked northern Bogota early Thursday, causing extensive damage to a private radio station and shattering windows of buildings in the area, witnesses said. Police were investigating the possibility the explosion was caused by a car bomb, Bogota police commander Cesar Pinzon told Radio Caracol, which was hit by the blast. There were no immediate reports of casualties. AFP PHOTO/Eitan Abramovich
Residents speaks on their mobile phones inside a damaged building after an explosion in Bogota, Colombia on early August 12, 2010. A powerful explosion rocked northern Bilogota early Thursday, causing extensive damage to a private radio station and shattering windows of buildings in the area, witnesses said. Police were investigating the possibility the explosion was caused by a car bomb, Bogota police commander Cesar Pinzon told Radio Caracol, which was hit by the blast.There were no immediate reports of casualties. AFP PHOTO/Eitan Abramovich
Firefighter inspects the site of an explosion in Bogota, Colombia on early August 12, 2010. A powerful explosion rocked northern Bogota early Thursday, causing extensive damage to a private radio station and shattering windows of buildings in the area, witnesses said. Police were investigating the possibility the explosion was caused by a car bomb, Bogota police commander Cesar Pinzon told Radio Caracol, which was hit by the blast. There were no immediate reports of casualties. AFP PHOTO/Eitan Abramovich
A woman speaks on her mobile phone inside a damaged building after an explosion in Bogota, Colombia on early August 12, 2010. A powerful explosion rocked northern Bilogota early Thursday, causing extensive damage to a private radio station and shattering windows of buildings in the area, witnesses said. Police were investigating the possibility the explosion was caused by a car bomb, Bogota police commander Cesar Pinzon told Radio Caracol, which was hit by the blast. There were no immediate reports of casualties. AFP PHOTO/Eitan Abramovich
Locals look at the site of an explosion in Bogota on August 12, 2010. A powerful explosion rocked northern Bogota early Thursday, causing extensive damage to a private radio station and shattering windows of buildings in the area, witnesses said. Police were investigating the possibility the explosion was caused by a car bomb, Bogota police commander Cesar Pinzon told Radio Caracol, which was hit by the blast. There were no immediate reports of casualties. AFP PHOTO/Eitan Abramovich
Colombian police officers inspect the site of an explosion in Bogota on August 12, 2010. A powerful explosion rocked northern Bogota early Thursday, causing extensive damage to a private radio station and shattering windows of buildings in the area, witnesses said. Police were investigating the possibility the explosion was caused by a car bomb, Bogota police commander Cesar Pinzon told Radio Caracol, which was hit by the blast. There were no immediate reports of casualties. AFP PHOTO/Eitan Abramovich
A resident peers from the broken window of a damaged building after an explosion in Bogota, Colombia on early August 12, 2010. A powerful explosion rocked northern Bogota early Thursday, causing extensive damage to a private radio station and shattering windows of buildings in the area, witnesses said. Police were investigating the possibility the explosion was caused by a car bomb, Bogota police commander Cesar Pinzon told Radio Caracol, which was hit by the blast.There were no immediate reports of casualties. AFP PHOTO/Eitan Abramovich
Colombian soldiers and police officers inspect the site of an explosion in Bogota, Colombia on early August 12, 2010. A powerful explosion rocked northern Bogota early Thursday, causing extensive damage to a private radio station and shattering windows of buildings in the area, witnesses said. Police were investigating the possibility the explosion was caused by a car bomb, Bogota police commander Cesar Pinzon told Radio Caracol, which was hit by the blast. There were no immediate reports of casualties. AFP PHOTO/Eitan Abramovich
People look out through broken windows of a damaged building after an explosion in Bogota, Colombia, on early August 12, 2010. A powerful explosion rocked northern Bogota early Thursday, causing extensive damage to a private radio station and shattering windows of buildings in the area, witnesses said. Police were investigating the possibility the explosion was caused by a car bomb, Bogota police commander Cesar Pinzon told Radio Caracol, which was hit by the blast. There were no immediate reports of casualties. AFP PHOTO/Rodrigo ARANGUA
Colombian police officers inspect the site of an explosion in Bogota, Colombia, on early August 12, 2010. A powerful explosion rocked northern Bogota early Thursday, causing extensive damage to a private radio station and shattering windows of buildings in the area, witnesses said. Police were investigating the possibility the explosion was caused by a car bomb, Bogota police commander Cesar Pinzon told Radio Caracol, which was hit by the blast. There were no immediate reports of casualties. AFP PHOTO/Rodrigo ARANGUA
Colombian police officers inspect the site of an explosion in Bogota, Colombia, on early August 12, 2010. A powerful explosion rocked northern Bogota early Thursday, causing extensive damage to a private radio station and shattering windows of buildings in the area, witnesses said. Police were investigating the possibility the explosion was caused by a car bomb, Bogota police commander Cesar Pinzon told Radio Caracol, which was hit by the blast. There were no immediate reports of casualties. AFP PHOTO/Rodrigo ARANGUA
Colombian police officers inspect the site of an explosion in Bogota, Colombia, on early August 12, 2010. A powerful explosion rocked northern Bogota early Thursday, causing extensive damage to a private radio station and shattering windows of buildings in the area, witnesses said. Police were investigating the possibility the explosion was caused by a car bomb, Bogota police commander Cesar Pinzon told Radio Caracol, which was hit by the blast. There were no immediate reports of casualties. AFP PHOTO/Rodrigo ARANGUA
Colombian police officers inspect the site of an explosion in Bogota, Colombia, on early August 12, 2010. A powerful explosion rocked northern Bogota early Thursday, causing extensive damage to a private radio station and shattering windows of buildings in the area, witnesses said. Police were investigating the possibility the explosion was caused by a car bomb, Bogota police commander Cesar Pinzon told Radio Caracol, which was hit by the blast. There were no immediate reports of casualties. AFP PHOTO/Rodrigo ARANGUA
Colombian police officers inspect the site of an explosion in Bogota, Colombia, on early August 12, 2010. A powerful explosion rocked northern Bogota early Thursday, causing extensive damage to a private radio station and shattering windows of buildings in the area, witnesses said. Police were investigating the possibility the explosion was caused by a car bomb, Bogota police commander Cesar Pinzon told Radio Caracol, which was hit by the blast. There were no immediate reports of casualties. AFP PHOTO/Rodrigo ARANGUA
Colombian police officers inspect the site of an explosion in Bogota, Colombia, on early August 12, 2010. A powerful explosion rocked northern Bogota early Thursday, causing extensive damage to a private radio station and shattering windows of buildings in the area, witnesses said. Police were investigating the possibility the explosion was caused by a car bomb, Bogota police commander Cesar Pinzon told Radio Caracol, which was hit by the blast. There were no immediate reports of casualties. AFP PHOTO/Rodrigo ARANGUA
Colombian police officers inspect the site of an explosion in Bogota, Colombia, on early August 12, 2010. A powerful explosion rocked northern Bogota early Thursday, causing extensive damage to a private radio station and shattering windows of buildings in the area, witnesses said. Police were investigating the possibility the explosion was caused by a car bomb, Bogota police commander Cesar Pinzon told Radio Caracol, which was hit by the blast. There were no immediate reports of casualties. AFP PHOTO/Rodrigo ARANGUA

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