Emergency Responder Switch Taken Out in Nashville Bombing, FBI Quiet – No MSM Reports

Posted by on December 26, 2020 10:36 am
Categories: Headlines

The explosion of an RV parked near a transmission building in Nashville disrupted AT&T service in the region and caused a ground stop at the city’s main airport, officials said.

“We continue to work to restore service for customers in Nashville and the surrounding areas who were affected by this morning’s explosion,” AT&T spokesman Jim Greer said in a statement hours after the incident. “We have mobilized additional resources including our National Disaster Recovery team and are bringing in multiple portable cell sites to assist in the recovery efforts.”

AT&T is deploying portable cell towers to Nashville to support law enforcement and improve wireless service. CNN’s parent company, WarnerMedia, is owned by AT&T.
An emergency responder cellular switch also exploded and shutdown the first net switch.
For all not familiar with FirstNet/ATT

The FirstNet mission is to deploy, operate, maintain, and improve the first high-speed, nationwide wireless broadband network for first responders, public safety, …
Many 1st responders have it.

Just two weeks ago AT&T scored a major win for FirstNet, landing a contract valued at around $92 million to provide FirstNet mobility services for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). 

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