One is clear is not a robbery.
Now on a scene the staff of regional management of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, SBU, and also the prosecutor work with the team, but still nobody calls causes of explosions.
According to the deputy governor of the Zaporozhye area N. Frolov, at the time of explosion in bank there were 4 employees of bank and 2-3 visitors. 14 passerby whom filled up with glass splinters got also. In hospital, according to recent data, there are 25 people, 6 of them in a serious condition, victims aren't present. According to the assistant manager Taisiya Lokoshko's gorzdravotdely, patients are provided to all necessary, blood, plasma and medicines came from area to the help to physicians.
In resuscitation unit together with the mother there is an one-and-a-half-year-old child. The child in norm, but needs continuous supervision. The second child, 7 - the summer boy in hospital with a knee laceration, its state is stable.
That explosion in bank thundered with the purpose to veil a robbery, the chief of regional management of "Oshchadbank" Alexander Shchadnykh disproves. "The bank since morning began work in the usual mode, any large sums of office didn't deliver and didn't gather, - A. Shchadnykh speaks. - At the time of explosion in office was only 28, 9 thousand UAH, and all of them on a place".
As the governor of the Zaporozhye area Alexander Starukh noticed, it would be much simpler to establish a cause of explosion if in office surveillance cameras were installed. But, alas, despite instructions, they aren't present.
At present representatives of city department of militia together with security structures of bank work over strengthening of protection of all 72 bank offices of the city. The Executive Committee of the City Soviet of People's Deputies intends to give families of victims financial help. According to the mayor Dmitry Sychev, on 300 UAH those victims who got moderate severity wounds, and 1 thousand - heavy patients will receive. Will give financial help of victims by to employees and "Oshchadbank".