Military personals have been deployed across Turkish capital Ankara after multiple explosion rocked the city on Wednesday injuring many people.
Foreign media, quoting eyewitnesses, reported that the explosions were so loud that it caused panic in the whole city forcing people to flee towards safer locations.
Meanwhile emergency services have been rushed onto the streets shortly after the blasts at about 1.30pm local time.
Military personal and firefighters were also deployed. Local police said they investigated but found no evidence of a coordinated attack.
The city was targeted by ISIS militants in October when two bombs were detonated outside Ankara's main rail station.
A total of 102 people were killed and more than 400 injured.