The Rainbow Bridge connecting the U.S. and Canada at Niagara Falls, New York, is reported to have been closed after a vehicle explosion on Wednesday.
As per the initial reports, a vehicle entering the United States exploded on the Rainbow Bridge in Niagara Falls, NY.
Apparently, a vehicle containing an unknown number of people and contents exploded.
It’s unclear if this was a terrorist attack yet.
Videos showing the incident are now doing rounds on social media.
#BREAKING: Reports describe a massive explosion at the United States border coming in from Canada. Apparently, a vehicle containing an unknown number of people and contents exploded. It's unclear if this was a terrorist attack yet. pic.twitter.com/Ito4a8zceG
— Made In Canada (@MadelnCanada) November 22, 2023
🇺🇸 🇨🇦 | An incident involving a vehicle entering the United States reportedly exploded on the #Rainbow Bridge in #Niagara Falls, NY. Governor Hochul states she is briefed on the incident. All four international border crossings between the U.S. and #Canada in Western #NewYork are… pic.twitter.com/7SGwMyXzD9
— Breaking News (@PlanetReportHQ) November 22, 2023
Following the incident, all four international border crossings between the United States and Canada in Western New York are now reported to have been closed.
While the FBI is investigating the incident.
As per the news source, the FBI says a “very fluid” situation is unfolding — all other US-Canada borders shut.