August 2020 Caltharus police attack
|August 2020 Caltharus police attack|
|Part of Caltharus Independence Movements|
|Location||Nocturne provincial police headquarter building, Fort Nocturne, Caltharus|
|Date||21 August 2020 |
Approx 14:05 ECT
|Weapons||0.57 kg plastic explosive strapped to a drone|
|Deaths||8 (7 police staff and 1 site engineer)|
|Victims||Police and Civilian|
The August 2020 Caltharus police attack was a drone bomb attack into a meeting of chief constables in Kola House, Nocturne provincial police headquarters, eastern Caltharus, Great Morstaybishlia; that happened at 14:05 and claimed the lives of six chief constables, one deputy chief constable and one site engineer.
Among the dead include Chief Constables Michael Howit, Ghenner Satuley, Fiona Yanks, Miriam Juliens, Maggie Wrought and Kirkosby Streven from the provinces of Calthia, Laulia, Auria, Jomsgord, Barbarus and Nocturne respectively. Site engineer Kael Ludostan was also killed in the blast. Chief Constable of Dovia Dexter Kettser was the only person to survive the blast after visiting the toilet.
No one has claimed responsibility for the attack, although in a nation addressed Prime Minister Franklin Barvata insisted that the same group responsible for the July 2020 Caltharus attacks are to blame.