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Sarstedt: Boy after chemical explosion in coma

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Sarstedt: Boy after chemical explosion in coma

Explosion drama in Lower Saxon Sarstedt (Hildesheim district)!

On Wednesday evening, a 15-year-old pupil suffered severe injuries to right hand. He is now in a coma in a hospital in Hildesheim.

As police shared, boy was on road with three friends (13, 14 and 14 years) when accident happened. In his trouser pocket, chemicals had exploded, which youngsters had stolen from chemistry room of Albert Schweitzer School last weekend.

Because boy is not capable of interrogation, motives of ft are still unclear.

However, experts from state criminal office of Lower Saxony found parts of a self-built detonating agent and traces of chemicals that were used – substances that lead to an explosion after mixture under pressure!

However, police stressed that "re is currently no evidence of a planned damaging event to detriment of or persons or similar".

At present time, police assume that this is a deplorable accident. However, four students are identified for breaking into school and for violating Explosives Act.

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Possible witnesses who were at site of event and have not yet specified ir personal details are asked to contact police Sarstedt on phone 05066-985-0.

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