Two injured in blast at Istanbul airport, cause unknown

By REUTERS
December 23, 2015 07:37

 
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ISTANBUL - An explosion occurred in an area of Istanbul's Sabiha Gokcen airport where airplanes were parked, wounding two cleaning staff on a nearby plane, but the cause of the blast was not clear, Pegasus airline said on Wednesday.

It said the blast occurred at 2:05 am (0005 GMT) when no passengers were in the area and that operations were continuing normally at the airport, on the Asia side of the city.

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