A $2 million federal grant announced Friday is the latest boost to an array of recovery efforts in response to the Nashville Christmas morning blast.
A census of the blast zone finds that seven buildings are too unsafe to be occupied, and two are in danger of collapsing.
Neighbors of a home in southeast Nashville were asked to evacuate early this morning as police investigated a possible bomb that was later determined to be an inactive or hoax device.
One of the first police officers to respond to the Christmas morning bombing in Nashville realized the significance of where the RV was located. Metro Police have released excerpts from body camera footage collected before and after the incident.
The blast marked yet another grim day in what Mayor John Cooper called “Nashville’s hardest year ever.”
Read here for the latest on the explosion that shook Nashville on Friday morning.