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A Middle Tennessee house that was once the site of a bombing could have a future as something else entirely.

Jon and Marion Setzer died in the home when their son-in-law planted a bomb on the property. But now a local minister is looking to turn it into a shelter for sex trafficking victims.

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Rondy Smith is the founder of Rest Stop Ministries, and she says this location can go from tragedy to triumph.

"The family would love to see something redemptive and something restorative come from this tragedy. When they began to learn our vision they said it's perfect," she said.

The state department has already sent a letter to Rest Stop Ministries indicating they could soon get a license allowing their plans to move forward next month.

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