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The bomb threat of the Empire State Building in New York, and the police explosion-proof team dispatched.

The bomb threat of the Empire State Building in New York, and the police explosion-proof team dispatched.

The scene of the explosion (AP)

New York was threatened by bombs after the terrorist bombing in Tennessee. According to Russia Today (RT), on the 27th local time, the Empire State Building in New York was threatened by bombs.

At present, the explosion has not happened, and the police are investigating the incident. According to reports, police sources said that at 11 a.m. local time on the 27th, someone called 911 (the US alarm number) to warn that a bomb would explode in the Empire State Building at noon.

It is said that New York City police sent an explosion-proof team to the scene, but by noon, the explosion did not occur. A police spokesman told the media that the threat “seems to be unfounded”. RT said that New York City police have been on high alert since the Tennessee bombing.

At about 6:30 a.m. local time on December 25, a car exploded in downtown Nashville, Tennessee, United States, injuring three people and damaging some nearby buildings.

Local officials later said that the explosion may be a deliberate act. Currently, Anthony Quinn Warner, 63, is locked up as a suspect in the Tennessee bombing.

According to the Russian satellite network, the DNA samples collected by the police at their home match the DNA of the human debris at the scene of the explosion. According to the report, Warner has died in the explosion, and the motive of the crime is not clear.

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