At least two people died in the town of Przewodow, in the province of Lublin (Poland), near the border with Ukraineafter the possible impact of two stray rockets, according to the local radio station Radio ZET.
According to unofficial information from the station itself, the missiles could have hit grain dryers in przewodow. Agents of the police, the prosecutor’s office and the Polish army are already at the scene.
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Earlier, Marcin Lebiedowicz, spokesman for the Hrubieszow Fire Brigade, some 35 kilometers north of Przewodow, had confirmed that the town had been the scene of explosions whose causes are still unknown.
“We have received a notification of an explosion in the drying yard. In fact, as soon as we arrived, we confirmed that something like this happened. Two people died on the spot. At the moment we are securing the scene and lighting the area of the action.”he explained to Radio Lublin.
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Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki urgently summoned the Polish National Security Commission after reports surfaced in the media that a Russian rocket might have hit the Ukraine-Poland border.
The government spokesman for PolandPiotr Müller, announced to the press this afternoon in Warsaw the meeting of the Commission of the Council of Ministers for National Security and Defense Affairs and urged the media not to publish “unconfirmed information”.
“Any information presented to the Commission today will be communicated to the public later to the extent possible”he added, adding that the decision to call the meeting was taken together with the Polish president, Andrzej Duda.
The meeting was attended, in addition to Morawiecki, by the Minister of the Interior, Mariusz Kaminksi, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Zbigniew Rau, the Minister of Justice, Zbigniew Ziobro, the commander of the operational sectors of the armed forces and the head of the police polish.
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