Corpse Removed After Blast at Government Building in Luhansk

Corpse Removed After Blast at Government Building in Luhansk

Corpse Removed After Blast at Government Building in Luhansk

Now watching

Next video starts in : 7 Play

Corpse Removed After Blast at Government Building in Luhansk

Corpse Removed After Blast at Government Building in Luhansk
Replay video
Up next

DuVernay and 'Queen Sugar' stars remember Wilder

DuVernay and 'Queen Sugar' stars remember Wilder Up next

DuVernay and 'Queen Sugar' stars remember Wilder

reported at the separatist-held Regional State Administration building in the eastern Ukrainian city of Luhansk on June 2. There are conflicting reports on the cause of the explosion, with local media indicating the blast came from the vicinity of the building, and others claiming the explosion was a result of air strikes by the Ukrainian military.Alexei Dmytrashevskoho, the military spokesman for the ongoing “anti-terrorist operation”, said the explosion was not a result of military strikes and that, “The most likely cause of the explosion was careless and inept handling of small arms and explosives.” This footage shows soldiers removing a corpse and damage to the building in the aftermath of the blast. Credit: YouTube/newsanna">