FALSE ALARM --Possible TRUCK BOMB at Military's "Bluegrass Station" in Lexington, KY

FALSE ALARM --Possible TRUCK BOMB at Military's "Bluegrass Station" in Lexington, KY
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A possible TRUCK BOMB turned into a FALSE ALARM today when it was "detected" at a large and very dangerous military/civilian contractor facility in Lexington, Kentucky, called "Bluegrass Station."   A truck with "improper credentials" was found on site and it signaled "explosives" to detectors.   This comes just days after one of the largest military manufacturing facilities in Russia suddenly detonated with the Russian Government wondering why . . .

FBI agents and emergency crews were responding Tuesday afternoon to Bluegrass Station at Avon after reports of a suspicious vehicle and possible explosive.

Lexington police said its Hazardous Devices Unit was deployed to look at a suspicious vehicle.

Officials said the vehicle had “inaccurate credentials” to be on the campus used by military contractors and that the vehicle had “explosive indicators.”

A robot was seen being used to approach a trailer truck outside the gate, presumably to check for explosives.

Bluegrass Station is described as Department of Defense-style campus that houses governmental and private entities.

Lockheed Martin is the primary contractor at that location and provides "Missiles and Fire Controls" for US Special Operations Command from this facility. . . 

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For those who don't know, this place stores MASSIVE AMOUNTS of chemical weapons . . . as well as other weapons. It's one of the most deadly places on Earth.

If an explosion took place at the right location in this facility, it could kill all life within about 1,000 miles as prevailing winds carried the chemicals toward the Eastern Seaboard.

Updates to follow, check back . . .

Below is a scalable map for readers to click so as to see the area and what military contractors are in it:

 

UPDATE 4:18 PM EDT --

Word over the Intelligence circuits already is whether or not Russia blames the USA for the explosion of their key military manufacturing facility, and if the events taking place right now are an attempt at payback?   This is all SPECULATION 

 

UPDATE 4:26 PM EDT --

VIDEO OF ROBOT AT REAR OF SUSPECT TRUCK:

ADDITIONAL UPDATES TO FOLLOW . . . CHECK BACK

 

UPDATE 4:54 PM EDT --

Over 1,000 employees at companies on the Bluegrass Station campus have been ordered to immediately evacuate!

 

Evacuations taking place rapidly . . .

 

 UPDATE 5:07 PM EDT -- 

The U.S. Army is now leading the investigation. The FBI is also on scene along with state and local authorities.

 

FINAL UPDATE  6:07 PM EDT --

No threat discovered.   The vehicle has been checked and NO EXPLOSIVES were found.  The driver was hired to haul material away from a location within the Bluegrass Station and was authorized to be there. 

 

 

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    Jason Stelter · 3 months ago
    I live in the area. This article has a major reporting error. Bluegrass Station IS NOT the storage facility for chemical weapons...that is BLUE GRASS ARMY DEPOT about 30 miles south of Bluegrass Station
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    Golf Romeo Romeo · 3 months ago
    Hmmm, strange that they are just now going to start the disposal process there. Weapons are stored in bunkers, well apart from each other. The guards there are serious dudes, shoot to kill. . Would take a small nuke to get a few bunkers. But, all is safe (sarcasm). A minuscule amount the size of the point on a pin can kill in minutes. Oily. False flag in future? Not likely to effect more than 45-60 miles downwind under a worse case condition. Sat in on more than a few meetings on this.