The Austin Bombings - Everything We Know About Today

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An explosion this morning at a FedEx Ground facility in Schertz, located between San Antonio and Austin on I-35, has left one person hurt.

The ATF and the San Antonio Police bomb squad were on the scene.  So far, the explosion is not being linked to the series of four package bombs which have exploded in Austin, 65 miles to the north, over the past two weeks.

About 75 people were in the facility at the time. The explosion happened about 12:30 this morning.

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Feds Investigating Central Texas FedEx Store In Connection With Bombings

Federal agents swarmed a Central Texas FedEx store in connection with multiple bombings.  Sunset Valley police say the FBI and ATF are investigating a package that was shipped from the business just outside Austin.  

It isn't known if the package is the same one that exploded at a FedEx facility in Schertz last night.  Police say whoever had the packages sent had to go inside the store. 

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Two Schertz Packages Originated in Suburban Austin

Federal agents swarmed a Central Texas FedEx store in connection with multiple bombings.  Sunset Valley police say the FBI and ATF are investigating a package that was shipped from the business just outside Austin.  

It isn't known if the package is the same one that exploded at a FedEx facility in Schertz last night.  Police say whoever had the packages sent had to go inside the store.

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Trump: "Sick Individual" Behind Texas Bombings

President Trump is blaming a "sick individual" for the series of bombings in Texas.  Trump made the remark today in the White House.  

Federal investigators are looking into the bombings in Austin and how they may be connected to a blast at a FedEx facility early today near San Antonio.  Trump remarked that the bombings are terrible, and could be the work of more than one person.

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FBI Hopes Cell Data Could Provide Suspect In Texas Bombings

The FBI is hoping cell tower experts can find a suspect in the serial bombing spree in Texas.  Officials tell NBC News that Cellular Analysis Survey Teams, also known as CAST, are on the ground and looking for which cell phones have been active in the areas around the bombing sites. 

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