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Fox News Reports Explosion At US-Canada Border Is A Terror Attack

Fox News has reported the vehicle explosion that occurred at the US-Canada border was indeed a terrorist attack.

According to Fox News law enforcement sources the vehicle that exploded sped into a border inspection lane and drove right into a booth.

As the car drove into the booth explosives were reportedly detonated inside of the car.

The two occupants of the car were killed in the blast and border inspection agent was injured with nn-life threatening injuries.

Here’s the security footage of the event:


Here’s what Fox News Reported:

The FBI is investigating a vehicle explosion Wednesday at the Rainbow Bridge border crossing between the U.S. and Canada in what sources tell Fox News was an attempted terrorist attack.

Explosives were in the vehicle at the time and two people who were in the car are dead, the sources told Fox News. A border officer was injured.

The vehicle was driving from the U.S. to Canada and were attempting to drive toward the border officer building, the sources said.

All bridges are closed in the area, and all government buildings are evacuated, according to the sources.

International border crossing points between Canada and Western New York are closed after the reported incident, which has also injured at least one person, a 27-year-old male who was taken to Niagara Falls Memorial Hospital with minor injuries, including back pain and minor cuts. His condition is not severe.

NBC news reported it was not a terror attack however.

Take a look:

We’ll keep you updated as more information comes in…


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