Loud Explosion Heard In Washington, D.C. – Near Russian Embassy

Huge Explosion Rocks D.C. - Secret Service Dispatched!


Law enforcement authorities and the Secret Service swiftly arrived at Glover Park, Washington, D.C., in response to reports of a suspected explosion that occurred shortly before 1 a.m. on Thursday. The incident took place near the Russian Embassy, prompting concerns from residents who heard the blast. Individuals took to social media to inquire about the incident, while the area was thoroughly searched by law enforcement officials.

“U.S. Secret Service Uniformed Division officers immediately responded to reports of an explosion in the area of 34th St. and Massachusetts Ave NW. After thoroughly canvassing the area, no evidence of an explosion was found and officers cleared the scene,” according to a representative from the U.S. Secret Service, as stated to Fox News Digital.

The cause of the explosion, which was heard in Cathedral Heights as well, remained undisclosed by official sources. However, there is speculation that it could be attributed to a malfunctioning electrical transformer.

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