YEREVAN, October 11. /ARKA/. A worker involved in the repair works received minor injuries in an explosion occurred in the territory of Armenian-Greek Food College in the outskirts of Yerevan Friday morning, Novosti-Armenia reported.
Two squads were sent to the site at Arshakunyats 40, head of fire-fighting rescue team number two lieutenant colonel Khachik Shahbazyan said.
The blast knocked out the windows in the college and nearby houses, he said.
The site has been examined, but no causes of the explosion have been found yet.
The rescuers cleared the territory from glass debris, Shahbazyan said adding that the cause will be established after the examination.
Director of the college Artur Vardanyan made an assumption that a worker involved in the repair works may have thrown out an empty container from dissolver to a garbage pile in the yard.
“As the college classes were on at the time of the explosion, there was nobody in the yard apart from the worker who received minor abrasions”, he said.–0--