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One person killed in explosion in Stockholm

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the Police moved to a explosion in a townhouse in Vårberg in southern Stockholm, Sweden.

the Police write on their website that a person is dead, and that the relatives are informed. According to Aftonbladet, there is talk about a young man.

- A person who was in the room where something exploded, is dead, says police spokesman Anna westberg for donating to the Swedish newspaper.

the Message about the explosion came on Sunday at 15.03 and happened in one of the rooms in a townhouse in Våberg.

The national bombeenhed has arrived to the site and have begun to explore what has exploded, reported the Swedish police out at 17.30. There will also be carried out a technical study of the site.

A number of homes nearby have been evacuated.

'the Police look at the incident as an isolated incident. There is no reason why outsiders should be afraid because of what has happened', writes the website.

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A person has been killed in an explosion in Stockholm. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
Expressen has asked the police spokesman if they suspect terrorism.

- We see no coupling to the terror. We have a current effort because of an explosion that happened inside a home, and we are now investigating what may lie behind it, but it is too early to say, says Anna Westerberg.

The Swedish security service, SÄPO, is informed about the incident.

- We know of the incident, and in our work, we have a close contact with the police and will be informed if there should be something that is related to our area. But I will point out that it is police case, says Karl Melin, chief press officer at SÄPO to Aftonbladet. the
Photo: Ritzau Scanpix
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