"At 07:45 a.m. [03:15 GMT], in the second police district [in Kabul], a bus with government employees was targeted by a bomb blast, as a result of which we have received two wounded people so far," Wahidullah Mayar tweeted.
Bus carrying employees of Ministry of Hajj and Religious Affairs was targeted early this morning in #Kabul’s PD2 injuring around 10 of the staff. The cause of the blast is reported to be a magnetic bomb. pic.twitter.com/FjDvWEb5cp— RTA World (@rtaworld) May 27, 2019
A spokesman for the Public Health Ministry said that two people had been hospitalized after the attack.
A magnetic IED blast targeted a bus of the employees of the Ministry of Hajj and Religious Affairs in #Kabul city early Monday morning, wounding a number of the employees, officials from the Ministry of Interior confirmed. #Afghanistan pic.twitter.com/uo1qmxLJZk— TOLOnews (@TOLOnews) May 27, 2019
No militant group has claimed responsibility for the attack so far.
The attack comes just a few days after at least two people, including an imam, were killed and 17 others were injured in a bomb blast at a mosque in Kabul during prayers.