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00:00:02
>> Police believe that the two packages loaded with explosives, one of which detonated inside of a FedEx facility, were sent by the same suspect. The package that exploded was traveling down a conveyor belt when it went off, injuring one employee. It was headed for Austin, where four other blasts in recent weeks have so far killed two people.
00:00:24
Reuters Jim Forsythe is outside the FedEx building in San Antonio.>> A female FedEx worker was knocked off her feet and may have suffered a concussion. The ATF isn't saying much about this explosion this morning, only saying their investigation has just begun, and their prime responsibility first was to secure the facility.
00:00:45
The FedEx facility has now been evacuated. The ATF declined to make any connection right now between these two package bombs in Schertz and the four package bombs which have exploded in Austin.>> The president responded to the bombings, calling them quote, terrible, and taking a stab at those carrying them out.
00:01:06
>> This is obviously a very, very sick individual or maybe individuals. These are sick people and we will get to the bottom of it. We will be very strong. We have all sorts of federal agencies over there right now.>> A White House spokesperson said the attacks did not appear to be connected to terrorism.
00:01:27
The first three devices that exploded in Austin were parcel bombs dropped off at night in front of homes on the city's East side. With the fourth a tripwire device that went off in a West side neighborhood on Sunday. Police said all four devices look to be the work of a serial bomber.