Travis Air Force Base in California has released some details about a possible attempted terrorist attack last night:
From the commander's desk: pic.twitter.com/vQ5BA4BOr0
— Travis AFB Official (@Travis60AMW) March 23, 2018
Wow. Here’s more:
There was a possible attempted attack at Travis Air Force base in northern California. A car loaded with propane tanks ran through the main gates last night. CBS News' John Blackstone reporting. https://t.co/V9xHOKQmbu pic.twitter.com/VMMyEefB7U
— CBS News (@CBSNews) March 22, 2018
ICYMI: A car loaded with propane tanks ran through the main gate at Travis Air Force Base in northern California last night. The driver is dead & investigators are treating this as an act of terrorism. FBI has joined the Air Force in the investigation. https://t.co/HJlQyYRrwx
— Nick Short ?? (@PoliticalShort) March 23, 2018
From CBS News:
Law enforcement sources say the car carried propane tanks and the driver deliberately ignited the fire. He died inside the car, which drove off the road into a ditch. There are no reports of shots fired during the incident. The driver has been identified by law enforcement but not been named.
In spite of some reporting, the story seems to have slipped under the radar of many media outlets.
— Pam D (@lifebythecreek) March 23, 2018
Why isn't this everywhere? https://t.co/OJnCegwMtY
— Clarence Whorley (@ClarenceWhorley) March 23, 2018