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‘Downtown' played from RV before Nashville blast, officer says

‘Downtown' played from RV before Nashville blast, officer says
A recorded message warning people to evacuate also came from the RV before the blast, which occurred at 6:29 a.m. that day in downtown Nashville.

Officials have not said whether anyone was inside the vehicle at the time of the explosion.“We have found tissue that we believe could be remains,” Drake said during a press conference, noting that it’s unclear whether the remains came from someone inside the vehicle.On Sunday, police chief John Drake identified 63-year-old Anthony Quinn Warner as a person of interest, the Tennessean reports.The police chief said Friday that human remains may have been discovered at the scene.

“What I remembered was ‘downtown, where the lights shine bright,’ ” Tyler Luellen of the Metro Nashville Police Department recalled Sunday, according to Nashville news station WKRN, as he referenced the 1964 song by Clark.(Handout/Metro Nashville Police) Warner’s home in Antioch was searched by federal officials on Saturday, according to the newspaper.

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