CAIRO: Three people were killed by a car bomb after it detonated in Abu Kebir town of the Delta’s Sharqia Friday; two were wanted in a case on belonging to a “terrorist group,” Youm7 reported.
The two men were inside the private Hyundai car and talking to a 16-year-old on a motorbike when the vehicle exploded. The police arrived in the scene to inspect the area for any suspected explosives.
Early reports claim that the two passengers belong to Muslim Brotherhood committees responsible for undertaking attacks , according to Youm7.
On June 30, three people were killed after two explosive devices exploded inside their car near a police station in October 6 City south of Cairo. They were announced to be assailants, but the bombs went off when the car was crossing a speed bump.
Dozens of manufacturers or carriers of explosive devices have fallen victims to their own bombings in the past two years.
In April, four were killed at an explosives warehouse in Beni Suef, Upper Egypt, after the bombs went off. One of them was a bomb squad expert.