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One dies, 8 injured in Czech military training area blast

Prague, June 18 (UNI) One person died and eight people injured in an ammunition explosion at a military training area in eastern Czech Republic, according to the Czech army.
"One soldier died on Monday during the explosion in the Libava military training area," the Czech Armed Forces said on the social media platform X, adding that seven soldiers and one civilian employee were taken to hospital.
In a previous post on X, the Czech Armed Forces said around noon that they were dealing with "a serious accident" in the Libava military training area.
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