In related news, Prague Mayor Bohuslav Svoboda, visited the site of the blast on Monday and confirmed that early analysis had shown there was a danger the building hit by the explosion could collapse. Stress analysis showed that one of the building's walls was pushed forward five centimetres. Mayor Svoboda said that the construction and engineering company Metrostav has been commissioned to brace the building to prevent it from collapsing. Others who visited the epicentre on Monday were Prime Minister Petr Nečas and Interior Minister Jan Kubice.
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