Potomac 'Explosion' Scheduled for Today
A simulated explosion is scheduled to take place near the Key Bridge, which connects Georgetown and Rosslyn, between 9:30 a.m. and noon today.
As reported by The Post's Paul Duggan on Tuesday, television producers are expected to create a bright flash of light lasting a few seconds.
"It'll be safely upriver from the Key Bridge, a clear distance from any structure or roadway or bridge," a D.C. government spokesman told Duggan.
Miscommunication between agencies led to confusion earlier this week when word circulated that there would be a large fireball lasting as long as three minutes.
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