Fifth bombing This month in Texas

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Scribe: N. Tru Bass

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Boom! Another bomb as exploded in Texas, this time at a Fed Ex Sorting facility just north of San Antonio. The package was headed to Austin, but authorities are not providing additional information.

This is the fifth in a series of bombings believed to be another from an area serial bomber. Authorities linked the bombs after a review of the materials used. FedEx Ground distribution center in Schertz, Texas was the site of the latest bombing that occurred at about 12:30 am released limited information. Local police chief Michael Hansen said the bombing happened in the sorting area of the facility. One employee was treated for injuries and released at the scene.

Since the beginning of the month ATF, bomb squads and SWAT teams have collaborated in an effort to quash the bombings but have been unsuccessful.

Local residents are being asked to share security videos as more than 500 officers from several agencies including, local, state and federal investigate the case.   

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