Blast Hits Sri Lanka Again, Police Find 87 Bomb Detonators at Colombo's Main Bus Station | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Blast Hits Sri Lanka Again, Police Find 87 Bomb Detonators at Colombo's Main Bus Station

A new bomb went off near a church in Sri Lanka when officials were trying to defuse it, after the nation was hit with coordinated bombings on Easter Sunday, which killed at least 290 people and injured hundreds.

A van blew up when a police unit tried to defuse the explosive, according to Reuters. Local reports suggested that there were no casualties.

Local media, however, reported that it was controlled explosion near an unnamed church in Colombo, and that the police cordoned off the area before detonating the device.

Sri Lankan police have also found 87 bomb detonators at the main bus station in the capital, Colombo, on Monday>>>

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