The shockwave damaged windows in seven houses and parked cars, but there were no injuries.
In Rotterdam, the Netherlands, a massive explosion occurred early Monday morning, January 11, damaging seven homes and cars, Rotterdam police said on Twitter.
“A strong explosion in the street around 3 a.m. in Rotterdam caused damage to windows in seven homes. Cars were also damaged. No one was injured, the affected residents did not have to leave their homes, but the impact and shock were great,” the report said.
The investigation into the cause of the explosion in Rotterdam is ongoing, and police are asking for information from video recorders or security cameras.
Local media reported that according to preliminary information, a hand grenade exploded. And in Naples, there was a powerful explosion near the COVID hospital. As a result, a crater the size of a soccer field formed in the parking lot next to the institution, into which several cars fell.