A 60-year-old man has died after he picked up an undetonated explosive device outside a metro station in Stockholm, Sweden.
The man died after he picked up an object, believed to be a hand grenade, at the Varby gard station in Huddinge.
The man was taken the hospital but his injuries proved fatal.
A 45-year-old woman was also hospitalized, but her condition is unknown. The report quoted police sources as saying that there was no indication that the explosion was directed against any individuals or property.
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Although some media said that the object was a hand grenade, the police have not confirmed that information or the possibility that it was a terrorist act. Officials said bomb experts are investigating.
"Nothing indicates that the (injured) couple were targeted".
"We're suspecting that it's a hand grenade of some sort", Lars Alvarsjo, chief of Stockholm's southern police district, told the Swedish national broadcaster SVT.
Police patrols will remain in the area throughout Sunday night and Monday, with the municipality offering crisis counseling to local residents.