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At least 3 injured & evacuation ordered after blasts rock Serbia ammunition factory for 2nd time in a MONTH (VIDEOS)
Evacuation was announced for parts of the Serbian city of Cacak after an explosion hit a local ammunition plant, setting it on fire. A similar blast caused major damage to the facility about two weeks earlier.
"Due to the explosion at the Sloboda facility, it is necessary to urgently evacuate all citizens living in the vicinity of the factory. The place of evacuation is the city stadium,” Cacak mayor Milun Todorovi announced on social media on Saturday evening, as flames were ripping through the factory and reportedly began spreading to nearby territory.
The 'Sloboda' (Freedom) plant, southwest of Cacak, was shaken by a powerful blast around 8 p.m local time, which was followed by another, a smaller one, according to the Serbian TV.
Two male and one female workers have suffered injuries in the blast, reportedly from the shattered glass, and were transported to hospital.
Footage shared on social media show raging blaze and thick smoke billowing from the site.
Explosions rocked the plant of Serbian ammunition manufacturer Sloboda in the city of Cacak. pic.twitter.com/ocniJcfipy— / Nikola Mikovic (@nikola_mikovic) June 19, 2021
Au kakva eksplozija iz pravca slobode pic.twitter.com/vpY7sNGZSN— Baltazar (@Goran_Cuvi_z) June 19, 2021
The Saturday incident marks the second time in less than a month the factory is hit by a powerful explosion. On June 4, a series of blasts rocked the plant, and evacuation was ordered for nearby houses. While the explosions continued for several days, no one was injured in the incident. At the time, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic put damage from the blast at up to 2 million euros ($2.4 million).