With an automated voice warning people of a bomb, Nashville police got residents away from an area where an RV eventually exploded. Only three people were hurt.
Nashville, Tenn., Mayor John Cooper (D) hailed the six police officers who responded to the vehicle explosion on Christmas morning as "incredible heroes."
A federal official said Saturday that law enforcement is looking into more than 500 investigative leads following the Christmas Day explosion of a vehicle in Nashville, Tenn.
Authorities have a person or persons of interest in connection to the Christmas Day explosion that rocked the city, CBS News reported.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has designated the airspace above Nashville, Tennessee, as "National Defense Airspace."
Nashville Mayor John Cooper issued a "state of civil emergency" following a Christmas Day explosion that occurred downtown.
Andrew McCabe, former deputy director of the FBI, breaks down what investigators are looking for in Nashville after an RV exploded on a downtown street on Christmas.
The explosion that rattled a historic Nashville street in the predawn hours of Christmas Day came after an RV repeatedly warned of an imminent explosion.
The explosion of an RV parked near a transmission building in Nashville disrupted AT&T service in the region and caused a brief ground stop at the city's main airport, officials said.
Six Nashville police officers are credited for evacuating residents away from a nearby recreational vehicle parked in downtown Nashville Friday morning, authorities said. The RV later exploded, injuring three and damaging dozens of buildings.
FBI has received more than 500 tips and leads as authorities say they are looking at every possible motive.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee (R) has requested federal assistance as the state grapples with the fallout of the Christmas Day explosion in Nashville.
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