Nashville Explosion Believed to be “Intentional Act” Say Authorities

 Christmas morning explosion in downtown Nashville that injured at least three people and damaged dozens of buildings was an int
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Officials believe that a Christmas morning explosion in downtown Nashville that injured at least three people and damaged dozens of buildings was an intentional act.

In a brief news conference Friday morning, Metro Nashville Police spokesman Don Aaron said the department's hazardous devices unit was headed downtown in response to a call about a suspicious vehicle when there was a "significant" explosion linked to that vehicle around 6:30 a.m. CT.

"We do believe that the explosion was an intentional act," Aaron said.

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