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VIDEO: Nashville Explosion and Evacuation Warning Caught on Tape

On Christmas morning in America’s music city, an incredibly devastating explosion took place.

The scenes from Nashville, Tennessee were simply harrowing.  Trees charred and scattered throughout 2nd Avenue.  Windows and doors blown in.  Several vehicles on fire.  All of this in one of the nation’s busiest tourist areas.

The story is still emerging, but just 5 hours after the blast rocked the southern city, there are some strange reports emerging as to the timeline of events.

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First, there are several witnesses who reported that they heard several rounds of gunfire ahead of the 6:25am explosion.

Another video showed what appeared to be police officers in the area just prior to and during the explosion.

And then there’s the as-of-yet unverified video in which you can hear a number of evacuation warnings just moments ahead of the explosion.

Reports are now coming in that the warning came from the exploding RV itself.

Luckily, these brave Nashville officers worked quickly to evacuate the area:

The story in Nashville is developing, and what is contained here is what was available at the time of publication.


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