ZAGREB, Croatia (AP) — Police say a powerful bomb explosion at a bus station in Croatia's capital Zagreb has lightly injured one person.
The explosion occurred shortly after midnight Friday in the western part of the city. It was the second explosion this week in Croatia. On Wednesday, a freight train hit an explosive device set up on the tracks near Zagreb, badly damaging the train but causing no injuries.
Police officials have preliminarily ruled out terrorism. Police official Vitomir Bijelic says "for now, we are treating both explosions as acts against public safety." Special police have blocked off the area of Friday's blast and are investigating.