In memory of killed during 2010 Moscow Metro bombings

posted on 2nd of april, 2010

It was a normal day...I had to be in university at 8 but our first lecture was actually canceled so i went out of home at probably 8-30 a.m. Im studying on Park Kultury - second bombed station...My girlfriend called me and said that there was an explotion but i was already in the metro, 4 stations before Park Kultury...When i arrived there was only blood and the HUGE crowd...When i went outside the metro the street was full of journalists, cops, emergencys.... At least 39 people were killed, and over 100 injured...Of course we know the name of the leader of terrorists coz he claimed responsibility for ordering the attacks, in a video released on the internet. He said the attacks would continue in Russia...we have to stop this...

We will always remember those who were killed...

Comments (12)

Posted by Joezachs on April 28, 2010
A very tragic thing that is spreading all over the world.
Killing unarmed and innocent people is not the answer to anything.
Posted by Andreygorlov on April 10, 2010
Thanks...yeah and you better not ride the subway...Take a car or's really gettin out of hands
Posted by Visceralimage on April 09, 2010
Andrey; Thanks for posting this. I work most of the time in Russia; I have many friends and loved ones in Russia. My heart is with you all during this troubling time. I will return to your country July 2.
Posted by Nicksphotos on April 09, 2010
Very Good pictures. It's very sad what happened to these people. Hopefully many prayers will flow for the broken.
May God bless & my condolences also as "Mani33" says.
Posted by Wildmac on April 03, 2010
My condolences to the victim's families and those who have to ride the trains in fear now because of this :(
Posted by Elianehaykal on April 02, 2010
Sorry for that :(
Posted by Tan510jomast on April 02, 2010
It's sad , but human beings are the cause to all misery. Those who have a bad heart will always look to cause pain on others. We cannot change the world, but we can change ourselves by being more considerate to others. As the famous saying goes, " what goes around comes around," or as they say, Karma.
This (Good Friday) is a good day to commemorate this incident.
Celebrate peace and good will. Appreciate life , Happy Easter in advance
, Holy Passover.
Posted by Mariaam on April 02, 2010
It´s just horrible what happened! :-( I´m so sad when such awful things happen.
Posted by Mani33 on April 02, 2010
My condolences to the families of the victims! Very sad! :(
Posted by Georgeskyrillos on April 02, 2010
Sorry for the innocent lives lost. How sad this world has become.
Posted by Robertosch on April 02, 2010
Hmmm, I didn't know... Sorry about that. :(
Posted by Goldution on April 02, 2010
Terrible! I found my ex-colleague name in the list of killed. We used to work together 10 years ago.. I don't have his contact anymore and cannot check if it was him who was killed, or just the same name coincidentally...


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