A police transport vehicle struck a bomb in the southeast Turkish city of Adana on Wednesday morning, injuring at least one police officer and four civilians, according to multiple reports.
Shortly after the blast, the governor of Adana issued a statement saying the injured were in good condition and an operation had been launched to find the perpetrators, news outlet Arti Gercek reported.
A bus carrying riot police through the Selahattin Eyyubi neighborhood is thought to have struck an improvised explosive device (IED) around 7:20 a.m. local time, according to state-run Anadolu Agency. An armored vehicle escorting the bus and several other vehicles were also damaged in the attack.
It was not known who was behind the attack, according to reports.
“There are wounded,” Adana Mayor Zeydan Karalar told Habertürk, according to Arti Gercek. “No news of death yet. I hope not.”