Following a wave of serial bombings in Austin Texas, another bombing has taken place in the capital city of Texas, this time taking place at a Goodwill store.
Emergency teams responded on Tuesday night to a bombing at a Goodwill store in the southern part of Austin, TX.
Austin Police Department urged residents via Tweet to avoid the area. Austin-Travis County EMS stated that there are reports of at least one individual who has been injured. It is not currently known how serious the injuries that were sustained are.
The latest bombing incident comes after Austin authorities have reportedly uncovered valuable new leads in the case of catching the serial bomber.
Before the report of the Goodwill bombing, authorities had already been busy dealing with a package that detonated at around 1am at a FedEx distribution facility near San Antonio. The blast caused minor injuries to a worker at the facility. The Austin PD, the FBI, and several other federal agencies have confirmed that the distribution center explosion is in fact related to the previous two package delivery bombings and trip wire bombings that killed two people and left four others seriously injured.