NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Two Nashville men have been charged after police were called to what was reported as an explosion outside a Wal-Mart and discovered a pickup truck containing everything needed to make methamphetamine.
Police responded to the location south of downtown Nashville shortly before 5 p.m. CST Tuesday to what witnesses said was an explosion. Officers report finding the components used to make meth inside the vehicle, and they say a container of anhydrous ammonia had released a gas.
WKRN-TV reports one police officer was injured and treated at the scene. Another person was treated at a hospital and released.
Charged with attempting to manufacture methamphetamine were 30-year-old Cory Jeff Ingram and 33-year-old Anthony Glen Coker. WKRN reports the two also face weapons charges.