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Austin Police Chief Brian Manley, center, stands with other members of law enforcement as he briefs the media, Wednesday, March 21, 2018, in the Austin suburb of Round Rock, Texas. The apparent suspect in a spate of bombing attacks that have terrorized Austin over the past month blew himself up with an explosive device as authorities closed in, the police said early Wednesday. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)MoreCloseclosemore
Austin Police Chief Brian Manley, center, stands with other members of law enforcement as he briefs the media, Wednesday, March 21, 2018, in the Austin suburb of Round Rock, Texas. The apparent suspect in a spate of bombing attacks that have terrorized Austin over the past month blew himself up with an explosive device as authorities closed in, the police said early Wednesday. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Austin resident Sandie Coco, who lives in the Harris Ridge neighborhood where the first bomb exploded earlier this month, about the string of deadly bombings and the death of the person identified as the suspect early Wednesday morning.

This segment aired on March 21, 2018.

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