The explosion on the bus stop at Ankara caused multiple casualties, according to reports.
The explosion which occured in Ankara, Turkey's Capital, has killed at least 27 and injured 75, the local governor told press.
The explosion was reportedly caused by a powerful car bomb, which detonated and caused numerous surrounding vehicles to catch fire. The blast took place in the center of the city in an area with a number of bus stops. At least one passenger bus was affected by the blast. This is the second large explosion to take place in the capital within a month.
The area was quickly evacuated in case of a second explosion while ambulances arrived at the scene, Hurriyet News reported.