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(CNN) -- Two blasts detonated outside a bank in the southern Turkish city of Adana on Friday, injuring 10 people, police and eyewitnesses said.

The incident took place outside Oyak Bank in Adana -- in the south-central section of the country.

The cause of the blasts -- which occurred about 10 minutes apart -- is unknown, and police are investigating the possibility of a remote controlled bomb being detonated.

A CNN Turk-affiliated reporter, Murat Kibritoglu, responded after the report of the first blast and was slightly injured in the second. His ears were damaged by the noise of the blast.

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