Nashville PD Releases Photo of RV That Exploded Christmas Morning, Asks the Public For Help


The Nashville Police Department Friday afternoon released a photo of the RV that exploded earlier this morning.

The RV arrived on 2nd Ave at 1:22 AM, police said.

Law enforcement asked the public for help: “Have you seen this vehicle in our area or do you have information about it? Please contact us via Crime Stoppers at 615-742-7463 or online via Nashville FBI.

Emergency services Friday responded to a massive explosion in downtown Nashville on Christmas morning.

An audio warning was broadcast ahead of the explosion.

A warning telling people to evacuate the area was captured on surveillance video.

The warning went on for 30 minutes before a “countdown” began right before the massive explosion.

Law enforcement held a presser on Friday and said police officers took the audio warning of an imminent blast seriously and evacuated the nearby buildings.

One officer was knocked to the ground from the blast.

Law enforcement said they are not sure if a person was actually inside of the RV when it exploded.


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