10:14am

Wed July 13, 2011
The Two-Way

Developing: Explosions In Mumbai's Market Areas

Update at 10:23: Deaths Reported; Unexploded Bomb Found

NDTV reports that at least 10 people have died in three attacks in Mumbai, with more than a dozen taken to the hospital. From NDTV:

One explosion, in a car at a bus stop in Dadar West, has been confirmed. A police officer said there might have been an explosive in a meter box behind a hoarding at Khau gali, a street filled with eateries at Zaveri Bazaar.

An unexploded bomb has also reportedly been found in Dadar and a bomb disposal squad is working to defuse it.

Our original post:

Mumbai is on high alert after three explosions were reported in high-traffic sections of India's business capital, striking in the early evening. According to the AP, the city's Police Control Room says that all three blasts took place in crowded markets and busy areas.

One device was planted in a meter box, according to ongoing live coverage on NDTV. The blasts targeted Dadar and Zaveri Bazaar, where reports suggest one device was inside a jewelry shop. The busy Opera House region also appears to have been struck.

Reuters says that at least 15 people have been injured.

In 2008, Mumbai was attacked by armed militants; in that attack, more than 150 people died.

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