On Friday afternoon, the Nashville Police Department released a photo of the RV that exploded earlier in the morning.
According to the police, the RV had arrived on 2nd Ave at 1:22 AM.
Law enforcement asked the public for help: “Have you seen this vehicle in our area, or do you have information about it?
Please contact us via Crime Stoppers at 615-742-7463 or online via Nashville FBI.
The RV exploded in downtown Nashville on Christmas warning after an audio warning was broadcast ahead of the explosion. The warning told people to evacuate the area, and it could be heard on the surveillance video that captured the whole incident.
The audio warning could be heard for 30 minutes before a “countdown” began right before the massive explosion.
Law enforcement held a press release on Friday, where they said that the police officers took the audio warning seriously and had evacuated the nearby buildings before the RV exploded.
One officer was knocked to the ground from the strength of the blast.
According to law enforcement, they are unsure if there was a person inside the RV when it exploded.
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