Baghdad, Iraq (CNN) -- Three separate roadside bombs went off in various parts of Baghdad on Friday morning, resulting in one death and injuries to several people, police said.
A bomb hit an Iraqi police patrol and wounded 15 people, including two police officers, in the Kadhimiya neighborhood in northwestern Baghdad.
A second roadside bomb hit an Iraqi army patrol and injured six people, including two Iraqi soldiers. The blast occurred in the al-Khadraa neighborhood in western Baghdad.
The third explosion of the day took place near Haifa street in central Baghdad. A roadside bomb hit an Iraqi police patrol, killing one officer and wounding five people.