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People lay flowers at the Technology Institute subway station in St. Petersburg, Russia, on Tuesday. Federal investigators say they found remains of a man they believe carried out Monday's attack in a subway train. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

Russian investigators believe a man suspected of carrying out Monday's explosion on a St. Petersburg subway train died in the attack. The death toll has risen to 14 people, but officials say it could have been far worse, as a second, unexploded device was found at a different metro stop.

The device that detonated on the train was set off by a man "whose remains were found in the third car," says the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, which is leading the inquiry.

People lay flowers at the Technology Institute subway station in St. Petersburg, Russia, on Tuesday. Federal investigators say they found remains of a man they believe carried out Monday's attack in a subway train. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

Russian investigators believe a man suspected of carrying out Monday's explosion on a St. Petersburg subway train died in the attack. The death toll has risen to 14 people, but officials say it could have been far worse, as a second, unexploded device was found at a different metro stop.

The device that detonated on the train was set off by a man "whose remains were found in the third car," says the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, which is leading the inquiry.

Forty-year-old Sergei Postnov died of heart failure in a city hospital on Tuesday night, Russian tabloid Life News reported.

He had sustained serious injuries during the blast, including multiple shrapnel wounds, bone fractures and internal injuries.

Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during his and Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko's news conference following their talks at Konstantin palace in St.Petersburg, Russia, Monday, April 3, 2017. The two leaders announced that they have settled the energy dispute between the two ex-Soviet neighbors and allies during their talks Monday. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky, Pool)  (The Associated Press)

Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill conducts a memorial religious service in the Christ The Saviour Cathedral for subway explosion victims in Moscow, Russia, Tuesday, April 4, 2017. A bomb blast tore through a subway train deep under Russia's second-largest city St. Petersburg Monday, killing several people and wounding many more in a chaotic scene that left victims sprawled on a smoky platform. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)  (The Associated Press)

A woman pays her respects at a symbolic memorial at Tekhnologichesky Institute subway station in St. Petersburg, Russia, Tuesday, April 4, 2017. A bomb blast tore through a subway train deep under Russia's second-largest city St. Petersburg Monday, killing several people and wounding many more in a chaotic scene that left victims sprawled on a smoky platform. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)  (The Associated Press)

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People lay flowers at the Technology Institute subway station in St. Petersburg, Russia, on Tuesday. Federal investigators say they found remains of a man they believe carried out Monday's attack in a subway train. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

Russian investigators believe a man suspected of carrying out Monday's explosion on a St. Petersburg subway train died in the attack. The death toll has risen to 14 people, but officials say it could have been far worse, as a second, unexploded device was found at a different metro stop.

The device that detonated on the train was set off by a man "whose remains were found in the third car," says the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, which is leading the inquiry.

Forty-year-old Sergei Postnov died of heart failure in a city hospital on Tuesday night, Russian tabloid Life News reported.

He had sustained serious injuries during the blast, including multiple shrapnel wounds, bone fractures and internal injuries.

Russian President Vladimir Putin speaks during his and Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko's news conference following their talks at Konstantin palace in St.Petersburg, Russia, Monday, April 3, 2017. The two leaders announced that they have settled the energy dispute between the two ex-Soviet neighbors and allies during their talks Monday. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky, Pool)  (The Associated Press)

Russian Orthodox Patriarch Kirill conducts a memorial religious service in the Christ The Saviour Cathedral for subway explosion victims in Moscow, Russia, Tuesday, April 4, 2017. A bomb blast tore through a subway train deep under Russia's second-largest city St. Petersburg Monday, killing several people and wounding many more in a chaotic scene that left victims sprawled on a smoky platform. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)  (The Associated Press)

A woman pays her respects at a symbolic memorial at Tekhnologichesky Institute subway station in St. Petersburg, Russia, Tuesday, April 4, 2017. A bomb blast tore through a subway train deep under Russia's second-largest city St. Petersburg Monday, killing several people and wounding many more in a chaotic scene that left victims sprawled on a smoky platform. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky)  (The Associated Press)

People lay flowers at the Technology Institute subway station in St. Petersburg, Russia, on Tuesday. Federal investigators say they found remains of a man they believe carried out Monday's attack in a subway train. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

Russian investigators believe a man suspected of carrying out Monday's explosion on a St. Petersburg subway train died in the attack. The death toll has risen to 14 people, but officials say it could have been far worse, as a second, unexploded device was found at a different metro stop.

The device that detonated on the train was set off by a man "whose remains were found in the third car," says the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, which is leading the inquiry.

Forty-year-old Sergei Postnov died of heart failure in a city hospital on Tuesday night, Russian tabloid Life News reported.

He had sustained serious injuries during the blast, including multiple shrapnel wounds, bone fractures and internal injuries.




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