Bomb Alert Reported in President Caputova's House
Bratislava, September 8 (TASR) – The police received an anonymous announcement on Sunday that a bomb has been placed in the house of Slovak President Zuzana Caputova.
“We can confirm we have received an anonymous call on the telephone line 158 reporting that there’s an explosive in President Zuzana Caputova’s house,” the police has posted on a social network.
The police immediately took due measures. They subsequently traced that the bomb alert was reported by a psychiatric patient.
The president’s spokesman Martin Strainec has told TASR that the head of the state is okay. The street in Pezinok (Bratislava region) where the president lives has been closed. “Police officers, pyrotechnicians, fire-fighters and rescuers have come to the place,” TASR was told by an eyewitness.