Photos – Kosgama Salawa Army Camp Explosion

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A firearm storage in Kosgama Salawa army camp occurred on June 05, 2016. The camp had been started sometime back in 1993 and it has become a residential area. It had been used to store the Sri Lankan army weaponries bought mainly during the war time.

There has been an ignition due to a still unknown reason in the camp leading to a total destruction of the camp and colossal damages to the houses and other properties around the camp.

Due to the timely decision to evacuate the residents of the area, the authorities was able to minimize the damages to human lives.

here are a collection of photos shared in facebook. The copy rights goes to original photographers.

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