Turkish officials say the injury toll in two car bombings targeting police stations in eastern Turkey has reached at least 219.

A car bombing attack on a police station in the eastern province of Van killed a police officer and two civilians late Wednesday. At least 73 people — 53 civilians and 20 police officers — were wounded, official said.

Early Thursday, another car bombing hit police headquarters in the eastern Turkish city of Elazig. Murat Zorluoglu, the governor for Elazig, said the blast killed at least three police officers and wounded 146 people. At least 14 of them were in serious condition.