A Christmas Eve night fire that bled over into Christmas Day destroyed a Rochester, New York printing office house in an historic building.
Officials say they don't know the cause of the giant blaze at City Blue Imaging.
Watch the building collapse below:
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Separately, on Christmas Day, an explosion of an RV in Nashville destroyed numerous buildings including one belonging to telecom giant AT&T.
Police say the bomber was a man named Anthony Warner, who died in the blast. Three others were injured.
Authorities say the reason more people weren't injured is because a warning announcement was made from the RV for some time before it exploded. A woman's voice could be heard, apparently recorded, telling those within earshot that "This area must be evacuated now. If you can hear this message, evacuate now."
Police reportedly said the van had also broadcast the 1964 hit song "Downtown" by Petula Clark.
Here's an alleged view:
Watch surveillance video showing the moments before the explosion as well as the explosion itself:
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