Small Explosion Near Rome Post Office Damages Car, No Injuries

Ross Houston
May 12, 2017

The explosion was reported from a post office in central Rome.

Italian news agency Ansa reported that the explosion was caused by a "rudimentary device" placed between two cars in a vehicle park near the post office in Marmorata street. "We are carrying out an investigation and the explosive device will be analyzed; then we will have more answers".

There are now no reports of injuries but a auto is believed to have been badly damaged by the blast in Marmorata.

Other reports said the blast is suspected to have been caused by a letter or parcel bomb.

An explosion was reported outside a post office near a United Nations building in Italy on Friday morning.

Police have confirmed two blasts at the same scene - one larger than the other.

Reports have placed the explosion on Marmotta Street near a post office.

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