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Bomb attack on government building

15:22΄ on Friday 22 July 2011 

Shocked passers-by standing in Grubbegaten the tower block, which houses the prime minister’s office and the Justice Ministry, and Oil and Energy on the other side. The picture was taken just after the explosion, and shows the enormous devastation.

Photo: Bjørn Richard Watne
 

People have a hard time believing what has happened, and many use their mobile phones to document the devastation. The smoke from the explosion has not yet subsided.

Photo: Bjørn Richard Watne
 

The police was notified of the explosion at 15.26, four minutes after the bomb went off. The main fire station located next to the government quarter and was injured in the blast, but crews from other stations were soon in place.

Photo: Bjørn Richard Watne 
 

Police, fire and rescue crews are working to get the list of dead and injured on Einar Gerhardsen place.

Photo: Nikolai Belsvik
 

Shocked and frightened witnesses run the Square while rescuers try to get an overview.

Photo: Øijord, Thomas Winje / Scanpix
 

The damage is enormous. To the right of the image seen what once was the entrance to the Justice Ministry and the Prime Minister’s Office. To the left is seen major damage to the oil and energy ministry.

Photo: Berit Roald / SCANPIX
 

Outside the VG-house Akersgata there is broken glass and broken trees. Inside the building, among other glass roof on the ninth floor of crushed and pounded down the hall on the ground floor.

Photo: Ingunn Andersen / NRK.no
 

Smoke plume from the bomb blast is seen from Youngstorget.

Photo: Heidi Lise Bakke / NRK
 

It was quickly reported more injuries and fatalities, among department employees and random passers-by.

Photo: Thomas Winje
 

The smoke after the explosion could be seen from large parts of Oslo, and the blast was heard all the way to Nesodden and Bærum.

Photo: Rune Nordström Jensen 
 

An injured person transported to hospital.

Reuters
 

The police, fire service and civilians assisted the ambulance personnel to take care of the injured.

Photo: Christian spike
 

This picture of two injured women were fast around the world.

Reuters
 

Passers helps an injured person lying on the street.

Reuters
 

Police ask people to stay away from the explosion site.

Photo: NRK
 

More and more pictures of injured people show up, and you begin to understand the scope of the disaster.The man in the picture has given permission to shoot.

Photo: Camilla Møistad
 

It occurred several fires in government buildings after the explosion.

Photo: Roald, Berit / Scanpix
 

An injured woman helped out of the bomb site.

The fire department is trying to get an overview of the scene. The buildings are assessed as unsafe to enter, in addition, the fire broke out in several places.

Photo: Berit Roald / SCANPIX
 

Window panes are broken in a radius of several hundred meters.

Foto: Gaute Zakariassen / NRK
 

Deli DeLuca outside the VG-built and government quarter.

Photo: NRK
 

Rescue personnel takes a breather on Youngstorget.

Reuters
 

Police Director Øystein Meland inform the press about the situation so far.

Photo: Martin HW Zondag / NRK
 

Personnel from the Army came to assist the police.

Photo: Martin HW Zondag
 

Pressure wave caused severe damage.

Photo: Eirik Befring
 

Pressure wave caused severe damage.

Photo: Eirik Befring
 

The fire department is trying to get an overview of the injury.

Reuters
 

Cleanup work has slowly started Friday night.

Reuters
 

Construction and Property was Saturday morning in place to try to get an overview of the damage. In the background hangs the flag at half mast at the government buildings.

Photo: Andersen, Aleksander / Scanpix
 

Friday’s drama was still visible Saturday morning.

Photo: Roald, Berit / Scanpix

The damage in high-rise building is extensive, showing photos taken Sunday.

Photo: Henrik Lied / NRK
 

Saturday afternoon, Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg at the inspection by government officials. Prime Minister’s office among the offices that were destroyed in the explosion.

Photo: Vegard Cave / Scanpix
 

Volunteers provide hot coffee at one of the soldiers who kept guard in the city Sunday night.

Photo: Henrik Lied / NRK
 

Morten Lilje Fors was back Saturday morning with her son Noah to see the devastation with their own eyes.

Reuters
 
Πηγή: http://nrk.no/nyheter/norge/1.7722946
 

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