Nashville Police Say RV Was Broadcasting Message Warning That a Bomb Would Explode

DEVELOPING STORY: The Metro Nashville Police Department confirmed that a recreational vehicle was broadcasting a message warning that a bomb would explode just moments before a catastrophic explosion happened in downtown.

A surveillance camera captured a portion of the recording as well as the initial explosion.

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“All buildings in this area must be evacuated now,” the recording said in a loop. “If you can hear this message, evacuate now.”

Officers had responded to a “shots fired” call around 5:30 a.m. in the downtown entertainment district nearly Commerce Street and Second Avenue.

“As officers responded they encountered an RV that had a recording saying that a potential bomb would detonate within 15 minutes,” the police department spokesperson said. “Officers upon hearing that decided to evacuate the buildings nearby.”

During the evacuation the RV exploded causing massive damage and injuring at least three people.

Another Nashville police spokesperson also weighed in on the warning.

“There were announcements coming from the RV and that’s the extent of what we can say at the moment,” he said. “

There have been no claims of responsibility.