BREAKING: St. Petersburg Subway Explosions, Suspected Terrorist Bombing, Many Dead, 50+ Injured

St. Petersburg, Russia - A couple of explosions on a St. Petersburg metro subway has left at least 10 people dead and more than 50 injured on Monday. It is suspected to be an act of terrorism,

The incident just occurred at the time of this writing and details are still developing.

At least two ex

St. Petersburg, Russia - A couple of explosions on a St. Petersburg metro subway has left at least 10 people dead and more than 50 injured on Monday. It is suspected to be an act of terrorism,

The incident just occurred at the time of this writing and details are still developing.

At least two explosions have been reported on a St. Petersburg metro subway. At least 10 people are being reported dead with more than 50 people estimated to be injured. The scene is still active with patients being identified and treated.

Russian authorities have still not called the incident an act of terrorism.. Russian President Vladimir Putin has made an announcement that all possible causes are being investigated.

The Sun is reporting: "It’s believed the blast involved a device filled with shrapnel at Teknologicheskiy Institut metro station."

A witness told Russia Life News, "People were bleeding, their hair burned. We were told to move to the exit, because the movement stopped.... People just fled. My girlfriend was in the next car that exploded. She said that he began to shake. When she came out, she saw that people were mutilated."

Russian state-backed media is suggesting that Obama administration and Britain foreign policy in places like Libya are a significant contributing factor to the bombing.

The subway stations in St. Petersburg have all been shut down.

St. Petersburg is Russia's second largest city.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families.

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