• Law enforcement officials announcing that Anthony Warner, 63, is the man believed responsible for Friday's explosion.
  • On December 25, 2020, a recreational vehicle exploded in downtown Nashville, Tennessee, injuring three people, damaging dozens of buildings, and killing the perpetrator, whose remains were found at the explosion site.
  • Officials confirmed that Warner perished in the blast. No one else is presently believed to have been involved.

Suspect in Nashville explosion died in the blast, officials say

Federal authorities say the Nashville bombing suspect was killed in the explosion.

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Investigators said on Sunday that the man believed to be responsible for the Christmas Day bombing in Nashville, Tennessee died in the explosion, and appears to have acted alone. Police were able to identify the suspect, Anthony Quinn Warner, through DNA testing.

The blast occurred at 6:30 am on 2nd Ave N, in Nashville’s downtown area, and was linked to an RV. Three people were taken to a local hospital, though none of their injuries are believed to be critical. Authorities have not yet provided details about a potential motive.

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