Incendiary device behind sixth explosion in Texas
Austin police in Texas State Wednesday announced that the sixth explosion that rocked the city late Tuesday was not linked to the spate of explosions that started in March.
The explosion was due to an incendiary device and not an explosion package, police revealed.
Executive manager of Goodwill store in Texas, Gerald L. Davis, told a T.V station that the injured is an employee who received a box as a kind of donation.
The incident, which left two dead and a number injured, has no links to the series of bombings that started early March, Federal Bureau of Investigation said, adding that most of the attacks took place in Austin, the capital of Texas State, which is home to around one million people.
Source: Jordan News Agency