RV Explodes in Nashville in Apparent Intentional Christmas Day Attack, Police Say They May Have Found Human Remains on the Scene

This year is determined to bring the dramatic and the unexpected to the last minute. Case in point: a recreational vehicle parked in downtown Nashville broke out in a seemingly deliberate explosion on Christmas morning, damaging buildings and causing authorities to investigate what or who was behind the incident.
According to the AP, police responded to reports that shots had been fired in the area on Friday when they heard news that a bomb would go off in 15 minutes and evacuate the area.
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A surveillance video posted on a largely empty Twitter account shows that prior to the explosion, the mobile home appeared to be sending the eerie message: “This area must now be evacuated. If you can hear this message, evacuate now. “Then massive flames explode, brightening the screen and triggering alarms in the area.
The explosion sent three people to the hospital and damaged numerous buildings and shops. The damage to a nearby AT&T facility has resulted in phone outages in the Tennessee and Kentucky regions and the failure of 911 systems for several law enforcement agencies.
“This morning's attack on our church should create chaos and fear at this time of peace and hope. But the Nashvillians have shown time and time again that the spirit of our city cannot be broken, ”Mayor John Cooper said at a press conference on Friday, AP reports.
Metro Nashville Police Chief John Drake also announced that police investigators have found "tissue we believe is remains" and that further research is being carried out to confirm this.
The FBI is now conducting an investigation into the explosion, which - if intentional, as suggested by officials - could have been an act of domestic terrorism. However, Nashville authorities said they had received no threats of possible vacation attacks prior to the motorhome explosion for Christmas.
President Trump and President-elect Joe Biden were both briefed on the incident, CNN reports.
A civil emergency has been imposed in the area of ​​the explosion and will last the whole weekend. The Nashville Police Department is also seeking assistance from the public in providing information about the detonated RV.

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