A blast that turned a vehicle along a Michigan street into a blackened shell and seriously injured a man and two children inside may have been the work of a car bomb, police said Wednesday.
Emergency responders rushed to the site of the Tuesday evening explosion near a highway underpass in Monroe, about 35 miles southwest of Detroit, the Monroe Police Department said in a statement. The vehicle’s three occupants were taken to St. Vincent Medical Center in Toledo, Ohio, about 20 miles south of Monroe, and they were listed in serious condition.
It “is being investigated as the detonation of a car bomb,” police said.
Source: The Associated Press via Washington Post.
A blast that turned a vehicle along a Michigan street into a blackened shell and…
by Tactical-Life.com / Sep 21, 2011