Update on explosion investigation with Chief Manley https://t.co/uMdIGx03Aj
This is breaking news from Austin, Texas:
Hours after Austin’s police chief urged the suspect in recent bombings to turn themselves in, local and federal emergency units were responding to another possible bombing in which two more people were injured, authorities and sources said.
The Austin-Travis Country EMS tweeted Sunday night that there was a “critical incident” at Dawn Song Drive in Austin and medics were on their way for injuries to two males in their 20s with serious injuries.
The injuries, however, were “not expected to be life-threatening,” according to the tweet.
Sources told ABC News that the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives were responding, too.
Earlier today, the FBI’s San Antonio office announced a reward for information had increased to $100,000.
At a news conference today, Austin’s police chief pleaded with the bomber or bombers to surrender.
“We hope this person or persons is watching,” Brian Manley said, staring at the camera. “We hope you will reach out to us before anyone else is injured or anyone else is killed out of this event.”