BREAKING News Out Of TEXAS- Multiple Bombings Leave At Least 1 DEAD, Elderly Woman In Serious Condition

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A teenager was killed and at least two women were seriously hurt after a pair of explosions rocked homes in Austin on Monday — just two weeks after a third blast which authorities said is linked to at least one of Monday’s incidents, FOX News reports.

A separate explosion was reported around 11:49 a.m. in the Montopolis neighborhood, located southeast of downtown Austin. That blast left a woman in her 70’s with “life-threatening” injuries, officials said. The Austin-Travis County EMS said on Twitter a second woman in her 80’s was being treated for an “unrelated medical issue.”

For the 3rd time this month, Austin Police said they received a call about the explosion in a neighborhood on the northwest side of the city around 6:45 a.m., after the 17-year-old resident found a package on the front step, brought it inside, and opened it in the kitchen where it exploded. 

“It is very similar to the incident that occurred in Austin on March 2,”  Austin Police Chief Brian Manley told reporters.

The Police Chief stated that he does not believe that the “package” was delivered by USPS, they believe this placed on the porch by the bomber or someone working with the bomber, just like the one that happened earlier this month.

Earlier this month Anthony Stephan House picked up a package on his porch at which time it detonated and killed Mr. House.

The ATF and FBI considered Mr. House’s death, a suspicious death because officials hadn’t ruled out the possibility the victim may have constructed and accidentally detonated the device himself. Manley said that case has now been reclassified as a homicide as of Monday.

Both explosive packages have been at African American homes and the Police Chief said they cannot rule hate crimes, though they have no evidence at this time to support that one way or the other.

Local Fox 7 reports- Officials are now warning the community to be aware of suspicious packages found. Police say to not handle any suspicious package found on a front porch, but to instead call 911 so they can inspect it. That could mean a package that wasn’t expected, a package from someone you weren’t expecting to receive a package from or a package that gives you cause for concern. 

Police Chief Manley released that they’ve determined what the device was, but they cannot and will not release details “to protect the integrity of the investigation.”

Police are also asking residents in the Austin area if they do find a package on their doorstep that they were not expecting, to not open it and call 911 to have authorities examine it.

“We will not tolerate this in Austin,” Manley said.

AFF News released an article covering Mr. House’s death and the bombing in Austin, though mainstream media was very silent over the bombing.  You can read the original Intel of the 1st bombing by clicking on this AFF News link:

“I know you all will ask whether this is terrorism-related. Again there’s no information that we have right now to believe this is anything other than an isolated incident but we’re working diligently to understand this incident and to understand why it had occurred,” Police Chief Manley

The ATF and FBI still have no idea if this is the work of a terrorist organization, cartel or an individual or group.

Chris “Badger” Thomas is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.



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