The FBI has launched new pictures displaying the aftermath of a Christmas Day explosion in Nashville, the place Anthony Quinn Warner allegedly detonated a bomb from his car after blaring an audio recording warning folks to evacuate the world.
The FBI’s Memphis workplace shared the pictures on Tuesday morning displaying the wreckage on and alongside 2nd Avenue North in downtown Nashville, the place the company’s Proof Response Groups proceed to comb via the charred aftermath from Friday’s early morning bombing.
Photographs present the skeleton of a destroyed car and legislation enforcement brokers scouring the scene for any helpful proof to reply lingering questions in reference to Warner’s actions and his motive behind the assault.
Warner, 63, was recognized on Sunday as the one who detonated the explosive at roughly 6:30 a.m. on what, in solely a matter of hours, would have been a bustling a part of town.
The blast went off shortly after an audio recording blared from his leisure car warning passersby that a bomb would detonate in minutes, adopted by Petula Clark’s “Downtown.”
Dozens of buildings and companies have been broken, three folks have been wounded, and Warner died. Police haven’t publicly launched a motive for the assault.