At least one man was injured Tuesday night in yet another reported package explosion in Austin, Texas — this time at a Goodwill store, investigators said, just the latest in a string of blasts that have killed two people over the past month.  The victim, in his 30s, suffered injuries that were “potentially serious, not expected to be life-threatening,” the county’s EMS tweeted. Paramedics rushed the man to a hospital.


Austin Goodwill spokeswoman Valerie Swift was crying when she told Fox News: “Senior Goodwill executives and law enforcement are investigating.”  The Houston division of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, along with FBI San Antonio said they were responding with Austin police to the scene. At least five other explosions have rocked the Austin and San Antonio areas.  READ MORE