Friday, March 23, 2018

California: "Smoking Car" Crashes Gate at Travis Air Force Base, Explodes Into Flames, FBI Investigating


From WSFA:
(RNN) - An incident from Wednesday night at an Air Force base in Northern California is reportedly being investigated as a possible attempt at a terror attack. 
A vehicle charged and apparently breached the main gate at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, about 45 minutes south of Sacramento. 
A series of videos posted to an Air Force news page on Facebook shows what appears to be a smoking SUV, which is then visibly aflame. 
Approximation of Potential Suspect  
Security personnel then rush toward the vehicle before a fire truck arrives and firemen begin to douse the flames. The driver died in the fire. 
The FBI has joined the investigation.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

That's the second vehicular terror incident this week - recall the Florida "Lasandra" female jihadi.

Now, what do they have in common?