An explosion occurred at a house on Koenraad van Zwabenstraat in South Rotterdam on Monday evening around 10.45 pm. An explosion also took place at the same house on September 26. More than two hours later, an explosion also took place at a house on the Boerenhoek in Hoogvliet. No one was injured in either attack.
During the first explosion on the Koenraad van Zwabenstraat in Rotterdam-IJsselmond, local residents saw two men fleeing on a scooter after the explosion. The forensic investigation carried out an investigation on site. An explosion also took place at the same house on September 26. The house was then allegedly locked for a month by order of the mayor. Photos show that remains of a homemade explosive have been found on the street.
Around 01.20 an explosion also took place at a house on the Boerenhoek in Hoogvliet (photo). It caused significant damage when a window frame was blown out of the house. The curtains also reportedly caught fire briefly. There are shards of glass on the sidewalk. The explosion was probably caused by a Cobra.
The Explosives Safety Team and the forensic investigation are conducting investigations. It was the second explosion in Rotterdam in a few hours.