Snipers attacked a US Electrical Grid In central California in a 52-minute sniper attack on April 16, 2013.

The substation attack reportedly started when at least one person entered an underground vault to cut telephone cables, and attackers fired more than 100 shots into Pacific Gas & Electric’s Metcalf transmission substation, knocking out 17 transformers.

The attack lasted nearly an hour.

But that’s not all…
What has not received as much media attention was that less than a week later shots were fired at a nuclear plant in Tennessee – on April 21, 2013.
NBC local reported:

A TVA spokesperson confirmed that a security officer patrolling TVA Watts Bar Nuclear Plant in Spring City was involved in a shootout with a suspect Sunday at about 2:00 a.m.

The security incident happened on the Tennessee River side of the plant property, more than a quarter mile from the plant’s protected area, which houses its reactor and power production facilities.

TVA spokesperson Jim Hopson said the subject traveled up to the plant on a boat and walked onto the property. When the officer questioned the suspect, the individual fired multiple shots at the officer. The officer shot back, and when he called for backup, the suspect sped away on his boat.

So was this just a coincidence, or were they coordinated attacks?

 

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