Explosion – A vehicle exploded this Friday morning in Nashville, Tennessee, damaging surrounding buildings. Three people are said to have been injured in what police currently consider to be a deliberate act.
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The city of Nashville, Tennessee, was hit by a massive explosion at 6:30 a.m. local time on Christmas Day. The blast caused significant damage, especially to the facades of surrounding buildings. Trees were also uprooted and at least two vehicles caught fire.
One of them would be connected to an explosion associated with a vehicle, from which a motor home would issue an audio message warning that the area had to be evacuated. Police “Seems like a deliberate act”. City Mayor John Cooper said about 20 buildings were damaged. Firefighters said three people were taken to hospital with minor injuries. Fortunately, their lives are not in danger.
“It looks like a sack that encloses with a drawstringThe mayor of Nashville told a news conference. “We are very lucky because this area is very sparsely populated.”
The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of the AT&T Tower, north of Downtown. The second is the symbolic and “nickname” of the city.Batman Tower “ Because of its shape. Police cordoned off the area at the scene. A witness at the scene told CNN that the windows of his house were shattered by stones thrown from the offending vehicle. An investigation has been launched to determine the cause of the explosion: US media have reported that several agencies, including the FBI, have been deployed.
There are many restaurants and bars in this tourist area. Awakened by the loud noise, Nashville residents observed large flames and a column of black smoke. Notable images shared by media and individuals on social networks.
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