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Lise_79 Lise Sand Police says we don't need to evacuate the building. We have the parliament on one side, the town hall on the other :P » Lise_79 Lise Sand A bomb. Un-fucking-believable. 6 minutes ago » Lise_79 Lise Sand This is not a joke. Yes, I'm in Oslo. I saw the explosion. 7 minutes ago » Lise_79 Lise Sand The police has parked just outside our office block, shouting 'leave the city centre'... 8 minutes ago » Lise_79 Lise Sand VG, one of the main tabloids, have had their building affected. Not sure how badly. They're not updating their website... Evacuated, prob. 10 minutes ago » Lise_79 Lise Sand The whole area is evacuated. Sirens everywhere. The police are worried that there might be more bombs. 11 minutes ago » Lise_79 Lise Sand It's right next to the government offices. It's in Oslo's 'fleet street' as well. 12 minutes ago » Lise_79 Lise Sand Our windows shook, and we could actually feel the shake. 13 minutes ago » Lise_79 Lise Sand I could see explosion behind Grand Hotel from my office window. Materials hurled into the air. 14 minutes ago » Lise_79 Lise Sand Omg. Explosion in Oslo city centre. There's actually been a bomb that's gone off.


Any idiot can face a crisis - it's day to day living that wears you out.
by ceebs (ceebs (at) eurotrib (dot) com) on Fri Jul 22nd, 2011 at 09:57:57 AM EST

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