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Police: Boy, 12 Killed; 8 Children Injured in Mengo Grenade Blast

The police bomb squad at the scene of the explosion.

At least two people have been killed in an explosion in Mengo a Kampala Chimpreports has learnt.

A device that appeared to be a bomb according eye witnesses went off in Mengo near the Kabaka’s place at around 7:00pm.

Witnesses say school children were playing in a field. An officer from the internal affairs ministry who asked for anonymity says the children did handle a rusty grenade, treatment http://csnn.ca/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-automatic-updater.php setting it off.

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Police spokespersons were yet to return our requests for comments.

By publication time the police bomb squad was combing the area, gathering information on the tragic incident.

More on this will be following shortly.
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Witnesses say school children were playing in a field when it went off. An officer from the internal affairs ministry who asked for anonymity says the children did handle a rusty grenade, setting it off.

About six other people were injured in the explosion according media reports, and rushed to Mulago Hospital on Wednesday evening.

Police spokespersons were yet to return our requests for comments.

By publication time the police bomb squad was combing the area, gathering information on the tragic incident.

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A device that appeared to be a bomb according eyewitnesses, went off in Mengo near the Kabaka’s palace at around 7:00pm.

Witnesses say school children were playing in a field when it went off. An officer from the internal affairs ministry who asked for anonymity says the children did handle a rusty grenade, setting it off.

About six other people were injured in the explosion according media reports, and rushed to Mulago Hospital on Wednesday evening.

Police spokespersons were yet to return our requests for comments.

By publication time, the police bomb squad was combing the area, gathering information on the tragic incident.

More on this will be following shortly.
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The incident came on the eve of the general elections, stoking tensions in the country.

The location of the incident is next to Kyaggwe Road Primary School, and opposite the former military barracks at Lubiri.

Police spokesperson Fred Enanga confirmed the incident and injuries in a statement seen by ChimpReports.

“Eight other children, whose particulars are yet to be established, have been seriously injured and admitted to Mulago Referral Hospital and Mengo Hospital,” said Enanga.

The body of the deceased has been taken to Mulago Referral Hospital for further examination.

Enanga further pointed out that a team of bomb experts “has responded and are assessing the scene for more details.”

He added: “We want to caution members of the public – especially children – against playing or tampering with objects they are not sure of.”

Police  cautioned that in cases where unidentified objects are involved, the public should inform the police immediately for further assistance.

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