A man survived the blast that occurred in Nashville, USA, on Friday, on Christmas Day, after he went out early to walk his dog, according to local American advertising outlets.
The reports indicated that the man named David Molly was recorded by the cameras while he was talking with an officer, perhaps to save him and his dog from harm. Mawli was not injured by the blast, and he said that he was lucky that he and the officers present were not injured. Mawla described his rescue as a Christmas miracle.
And the US CNN network quoted police in Nashville, Tennessee, as saying that investigators found tissue at the site of the explosion that occurred on Friday, and this tissue will be examined to determine if it is human remains, and Nashville Police Chief John Drake was unable to determine how close the tissue is to The site where the RV exploded, wounding three people and damaging a number of buildings so far.
CNN observed the situation moments before the explosion, and said that at first there were gunshots that woke the residents, and when they looked from their windows, they saw an old white RV standing in the street, after which a warning sounded that a bomb would explode within 15 minutes. When the vehicle exploded, windows were shattered and some burning debris was scattered in the air, damaging a number of buildings. Nashville Mayor John Cooper said on Friday that the blast was caused by a deliberate bomb, although the blast was still a mystery.