Explosions outside India cricket stadium injure four

A fan of the Challengers holding his head is escorted to an ambulance during the 2010 DLF Indian Premier League T20 group stage match between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians played at Chinnaswamy Stadium on April 17 in Bangalore, India. According to Ambulance staff five people were injured by a suspected low-intensity bomb blast that exploded outside gate number 12 of Chinnaswamy stadium, as people were queueing to enter, minuets before the match. (Getty Images)

Four people were hurt Saturday when two small bombs exploded at a cricket stadium in India's IT hub of Bangalore, after a generator blew up earlier, injuring three others, police said.

"Two low-intensity blasts have taken place," said police commissioner Alok Kumar, adding that the prior generator explosion was an accident caused by a short-circuit.

One of the bombs was right outside the Chinnaswamy stadium and the other about 500 yards away.

The Bangalore Royal Challengers team were to take on the Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League Twenty20 tournament at the venue.

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