posted on Apr, 29 2013 @ 06:42 AM
reply to post by AmberLeaf
The expert opinion by a building inspector interviewed a short while ago on TV here, is that the explosion was from inside the building, most likely
the ground floor. He has inspected buildings after gas explosions in the past and that's his opinion from viewing video footage.
They have just been interviewing Miloslav Ludvik, director of Motol hospital here, which is our biggest emergency trauma centre. They put their
disaster plan into action right away and have surgical teams on standby. Meanwhile, he confirms they have four patients, three with lesser injuries,
mainly lacerations from flying glass, and one in more serious condition, whose injuries he did not specify.
However, they will keep the surgical teams on standby as there may be seriously injured people still to be recovered from inside the building.
At present, the official confirmation is 35 injured, one seriously, and three or four possibly dead but not yet recovered because they are still
inside the building.
More as I get hold of the info.
edit on 29/4/13 by JustMike because: typos