At least two people have reportedly been killed by an explosion in Poland allegedly caused by stray missiles, media say.
Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki has called an emergency meeting of the government’s defense and national security committee amid reports of a deadly attack on the nation’s border with Ukraine.
Poland is understood to have scrambled warplanes following reports that two people had been killed in a “burst” supposedly caused by a missile attack. The Polish army and prosecutors arrived at the site of the explosion, reports Visegrad 24.
Earlier, Polish media reported that “explosions” had shaken the city of Przewodow, which is located in the Lublin region, not far from the Ukrainian border. The blast reportedly hit a grain drying facility, killing at least two people, local media said.
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