Another package explosion has been reported in Austin, Texas, this one occuring at a Goodwill store on Tuesday evening, with one person listed as injured.
This latest explosion follows one earlier Tuesday at a FedEx as law enforcement contiues to hunt for a serial bomber connected to at least six devices.
ABC News reports: The explosion occurred at a Goodwill store on Brodie Lane, the Austin Fire Department said. Police and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives are on the scene, and fire crews are evacuating the building.
A male with potentially serious injuries was taken for treatment; the injuries are not expected to be life-threatening, Austin-Travis County EMS tweeted.
A string of explosions have rocked the city of Austin, leaving two victims dead and others injured.
Earlier on Tuesday, a package detonated at a FedEx facility near San Antonio, injuring one person. A second, unexploded package bomb was discovered at a FedEx facility in Austin, Texas, also on Tuesday.
Authorities say the packages found at the FedEx facilities are connected to the previous explosions. They also said they may have captured the suspect on surveillance video.
— CBS News (@CBSNews) March 21, 2018
Employees of a restaurant near where an explosive is believed to have detonated near a Goodwill in SW #Austin are standing around in shock, police interviewing them inside blocked off area. #AustinBombings pic.twitter.com/PHoNLqD3Fz
— Andy Sevilla (@MrAndySevilla) March 21, 2018
— Jason Whitely (@JasonWhitely) March 21, 2018
FINAL Multiple assets #ATCEMS @AustinFireInfo @Austin_Police on scene Brodie Ln/W Slaughter Ln (1902) reported explosion: #ATCEMSMedics transported ~30s male with potentially serious, not expected to be life threatening, injuries to St Davids South Austin. No further info avail.
— ATCEMS (@ATCEMS) March 21, 2018
— Austin Fire Info (@AustinFireInfo) March 21, 2018
UPDATE: Package explosion at Austin Goodwill injures 1 man, sends feds racing https://t.co/DkEsgQlEfG
— Fox News (@FoxNews) March 21, 2018
— Shomari Stone (@shomaristone) March 21, 2018
— KVUE News (@KVUE) March 21, 2018