ZeroHedge | Tyler Durden – Friday, Dec 25, 2020 – 10:05
Update (1955 ET): More unconfirmed video has appeared on social media before and after the Christmas morning explosion in Downtown Nashville.
Christmas morning explosion in Downtown Nashville.
Here’s the full video:
Update (1920 ET): In the latest press conference, Nashville Mayor John Cooper said a “bomb” caused the early morning explosion in Downtown Nashville. He said, “we’re not going to rest until those responsible for this outrageous and cowardly attack are brought to justice.”
Update (1758 ET): The Metro Nashville Police Department released an image of the recreational vehicle that exploded in Downtown Nashville.
“This is the RV that exploded on 2nd Ave N this morning. It arrived on 2nd Ave at 1:22 a.m.,” said the police department.
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Update (1408 ET): Local television station WTVF is reporting a major outage of AT&T internet and phone service following the Downtown Nashville bombing.
According to The Tennessean, the recreational vehicle exploded “near” an AT&T facility that caused widespread disruption to communication services in the metro area.
- AT&T NASHVILLE-AREA SERVICE AFFECTED BY EXPLOSION: TENNESSEAN
- EXPLOSION TOOK PLACE NEAR AN AT&T BUILDING: TENNESSEAN
Courtesy of Downdetector, the AT&T outage started around 1245 ET, or about six hours after the explosion.
Was this an attack on the nation’s communication grid?
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Update (1314ET): A new press conference is underway with the FBI, possibly shedding more light on the Christmas morning explosion in Downtown Nashville