A man identified as “Hafiz Kazi” loaded his car with propane and gasoline and rammed the gates of Travis airbase today in California.
From the Daily Mail:
A motorist's vehicle burst into flames after it “gained unauthorized access” to the main gate of a Northern California Air Force base. The incident is being considered an act of terror.
Travis Air Force Base officials and the FBI said they are investigating the Wednesday night event in which the motorist died after crashing the vehicle at the military installation.
The vehicle was loaded with propane tanks as it ran through the main gate of the base. CBS News reports that the incident is being considered an act of terror.
KCRA reports the identity of the man:
Officials have identified the man who drove through the main gate of Travis Air Force Base and died in a fiery crash.
Hafiz Kazi, 51, was found dead Wednesday night inside of the vehicle after it crashed on the base, the FBI said Friday.
The crash happened around 7 p.m. The FBI said officials at the main gate saw a vehicle coming toward the gate and flames inside. The vehicle then went through the gate and crashed.