A responding police officer said on Sunday that on Christmas morning in downtown Nashville, the RV was playing Petula Clark’s classic pop song “Downtown” shortly before the explosion.
Officer James Luellen, one of the six heroic police officers, evacuated civilians from the area after an explosive device RV issued a sound warning. He recalled that the intermittent countdown of the vehicle had changed to the top of the 1965 ranking.
“The music started, I passed [police radio] And notify other personnel. “Then, after playing this song, it continued playing for a while.”
Lulun said that he did not immediately realize this little thing, but put it into enough memory to later ask another respondent to the Federal Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives Administration.
He said: “What I remember was,̵
After completing the alert to evacuate the area, the RV exploded into fragments and flames, destroying part of a nearby building and injuring three people.
Suspicious remains were found in the wreckage, and the police are investigating whether they belong to the possible owner of the RV, Anthony Quinn Warner.
According to reports, investigators are investigating whether the 63-year-old computer expert Warner deliberately detonated the RV outside the AT&T building, so as to hinder the local cellular phone service, this is because of people’s paranoia about 5G technology and government eavesdropping.