|05 February 2007|
Woman injured in 'mail bomb' blast
|A woman has been slightly injured in an explosion at a building in central London.
The woman was injured by what is believed have been a letter bomb which was found in the Capita building in Victoria Street.
She was taken to hospital, suffering from minor injuries.
The incident happened around 9:40am on Monday morning.
The Capita building was evacuated and bomb disposal experts were called to the scene. Scotland Yard's anti-terrorism unit are investigating the incident.
Employees returned to work later on Monday and a cordon in Victoria Street has now been lifted.
The building is just 200 yards from Scotland Yard's headquarters.
Capita is responsible for managing a number of services for the government, including the congestion charge in London and collecting revenue from TV licensing.
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