In the wake of the Austin bombing a few days ago, an explosion rattled a FedEx facility in San Antonio early Tuesday (3/20) morning.
Fox News is reporting:
The San Antonio Texas Fire Department says a package bomb has exploded at a FedEx distribution center in Schertz, Texas, hurting 1 person, a FedEx employee who apparently suffered a non-life-threatening "percussion-type" injury from the blast.
UPDATE (7:54 AM):
According to law enforcement sources, another bomb set for an address in Austin exploded at a Texas FedEx distribution facility on Tuesday morning.
The package, which was moving along conveyor belts, sent metal shrapnel and nails flying, but none of the 75 employees were injured. One woman was treated for a non-life threatening headache.
A FBI agent told CBS News "it's more than possible" that this package is related to the four previous bombings that have taken place in Austin. Two people have died and four more have been injured in those attacks, although authorities are not close to making any arrests.
Explosion rattles shipping facility near San Antonio, days after Austin bombingshttps://t.co/kEAdU7CyUw— Josh on the Radio (@JoshMRadio) March 20, 2018