Six injured in explosion at McDonald's in Russia

February 18, 2007 20:44

An explosion at a McDonald's restaurant in St. Petersburg on Sunday injured at least six people, destroyed a ceiling and blew out windows, Russian news agencies reported. The Interfax news agency, citing local emergency officials, said the blast occurred at around 8:30 p.m. at a restaurant outlet in the city center. At least six people were being treated for various injuries, the agency said.

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