One dead, five injured in fast-food outlet blast in central Athens

1 December 2016
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The body of a 42-year-old female employee was discovered in the basement of a fast-food outlet located on Victoria Square in central Athens, following an explosion on Thursday. Five people were injured in the blast which occurred at 9.25 a.m.

Authorities believe the blast was caused by a gas cylinder explosion.

Reports also said nearby stores and residences, as well as parked vehicles and motorcycles, sustained damage in the explosion.

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