FAA shuts down air space over Nashville after bombing and military warns the U.S. government will use ‘deadly force’ against any aircraft that enters as FBI hunts attacker

  • The FAA issued an alert on Friday night stating that an area of one nautical mile would be zoned off, along where the explosion took place in Nashville  
  • Explosion occurred on 2nd Avenue in Nashville’s downtown at 6.40am on Christmas morning 
  • Civil penalties may be imposed by the FAA, who may also suspend or revoke airmen certification if pilots don’t adhere to the restrictions
  • In addition to the penalties from the FAA, the U.S. government ‘may pursue criminal charges’ or ‘deadly force’ 
  • The blast injured three people and caused massive damage    
  • FBI is now investigating whether the bomb may have been designed to deliberately target police officers as they were lured into the area 
  • Meanwhile, possible human remains have been discovered near the site of the explosion

By MATTHEW WRIGHT FOR DAILYMAIL.COM  and ANDREW COURT FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

PUBLISHED: 13:07 EST, 26 December 2020 | UPDATED: 13:42 EST, 26 December 2020

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The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has designated the airspace around the area of Friday’s bombing in downtown Nashville as a ‘national defense airspace,’ threatening ‘deadly force’ to any aircraft that poses as a possible security threat.

The FAA issued an alert on Friday night stating that an area of one nautical mile would be zoned off, along 2nd Avenue street where the explosion took place.

‘Pilots who do not adhere to the following procedures may be intercepted, detained and interviewed by law enforcement/security personnel,’ the alert reads.  

FAA shuts down air space over Nashville after bombing and military warns the U.S. government will use ‘deadly force’ against any aircraft that enters as FBI hunts attacker

  • The FAA issued an alert on Friday night stating that an area of one nautical mile would be zoned off, along where the explosion took place in Nashville  
  • Explosion occurred on 2nd Avenue in Nashville’s downtown at 6.40am on Christmas morning 
  • Civil penalties may be imposed by the FAA, who may also suspend or revoke airmen certification if pilots don’t adhere to the restrictions
  • In addition to the penalties from the FAA, the U.S. government ‘may pursue criminal charges’ or ‘deadly force’ 
  • The blast injured three people and caused massive damage    
  • FBI is now investigating whether the bomb may have been designed to deliberately target police officers as they were lured into the area 
  • Meanwhile, possible human remains have been discovered near the site of the explosion

By MATTHEW WRIGHT FOR DAILYMAIL.COM  and ANDREW COURT FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

PUBLISHED: 13:07 EST, 26 December 2020 | UPDATED: 13:42 EST, 26 December 2020

304shares82View commentshttps://fdebea0746f9915ae2470c9682c3d623.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.html

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has designated the airspace around the area of Friday’s bombing in downtown Nashville as a ‘national defense airspace,’ threatening ‘deadly force’ to any aircraft that poses as a possible security threat.

The FAA issued an alert on Friday night stating that an area of one nautical mile would be zoned off, along 2nd Avenue street where the explosion took place.

‘Pilots who do not adhere to the following procedures may be intercepted, detained and interviewed by law enforcement/security personnel,’ the alert reads.  

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