A spokesman for the Benghazi Joint Security Room, Ibrahim al-Shara, said two of the dead were identified as special forces members Waleed Jumaa al-Agar and Muftah al-Shukri.
The third body was not identified, the Libya Herald reported Wednesday. A source at al-Jala Hospital told the newspaper the extensive burns on the body made it impossible to identify.
The blast was caused by a remotely detonated explosive device around 7 p.m. local time Tuesday on Khaleej Street, the newspaper said.
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