Friday, January 28, 2011

Authorities find a time bomb planted at gas pipeline

Friday, 28 January 2011 20:34 Mizzima News

Chiang Mai (Mizzima) – The state-run newspaper ‘The Mirror’ on Friday reported that security personnel defused a time bomb planted beneath a gas pipeline on Dedaye-Pyarpon Road in Phyarpon Township in Irrawaddy Division on Wednesday, January 26.

The bomb was planted beneath a gas pipeline beside concrete bridge No 1/13 at mile post No. 12/ 5, the newspaper said.

Authorities said the time bomb was made with four 4-inch long, 2-inch wide and 1-inch thick gunpowder blocks, with a 7 foot-long blasting cable, one detonator and four dry cell batteries, according to the newspaper.

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