Agencies donate $200K to those impacted by Nashville bombing
Residential customers who qualify will receive $300, while commercial ones will receive $1,200.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The Tennessee Valley Authority and Nashville Electric Service have donated $200,000 to help people whose residence, business or employment was impacted by the Christmas Day bombing.
TVA says it is chipping in $100,000 and the Nashville utility is giving the other $100,000. Residential customers who qualify will receive $300, while commercial ones will receive $1,200.
There are no income restrictions. The blast damaged dozens of buildings on a holiday morning well before downtown streets would be bustling with activity and was preceded by a recorded announcement warning anyone in the area that a bomb would soon detonate.
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