Blast rocks Oregon DA's office; no injuries
MEDFORD, Ore. (AP) — Medford, Ore.'s police chief says more federal agents are arriving to help investigate the detonation of an explosive device that damaged the Jackson County prosecutor's office.
Police Chief Tim George also said Wednesday he considers the early-morning explosion an act of domestic terrorism, but the FBI said it was too early to call it that.
No one was hurt in the blast that shattered windows and damaged the exterior of the brick building.
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