In St. Petersburg, as a result of an explosion in a cafe, 25 people were injured, 24 were hospitalized, the press service of the Russian Ministry of Health reported, Interfax reports . The condition of six people is assessed as serious, the condition of 18 people, including a teenager, is of medium and mild severity.
On April 2, in a cafe on Universitetskaya embankment in St. Petersburg, where a "creative evening" of propagandist Vladlen Tatarsky was held, an explosion occurred. The “commander” himself died.
According to Fontanka, the cafe used to belong to Yevgeny Prigozhin, and on weekends it hosts the Cyber Z Front discussion club. Mash reports that the coordinator of the Immortal Regiment movement in Tallinn, Sergei Chaulin, who was deported from Estonia in February of this year, was injured in the explosion.
Previously, a girl carried the bomb to the meeting with Tatarsky, the explosive was hidden in a figurine, which was presented to Tatarsky. Channel "112" reports that the girl is in one of the hospitals in St. Petersburg in the ward of shock resuscitation. Her identity has not yet been established due to lack of documents. It is not yet known whether she was a performer or an unwitting accomplice.