http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/storie...ME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2016-07-14-18-16-28 PANACA, Nev. (AP) -- The Latest on explosions that killed one person in a small Nevada town (all times local): 3:10 p.m. The sheriff of a rural Nevada town rocked by twin bomb blasts that killed the suspected bomber and destroyed a home and a vehicle says the only other person injured was a boy riding a bicycle nearby. Lincoln County Sheriff Kerry Lee said Thursday that the boy was struck in the chest by a piece of debris, and he wasn't seriously injured. Lee calls it amazing that no one else was hurt in the blasts late Wednesday in Panaca (pah-NAK'-uh). Several neighboring homes are damaged and four remain evacuated while federal, state and local investigators comb the area just off Main Street for other explosives - and for clues about what led to the bombing. Authorities haven't identified the suspect. Lee says there's no reason to suspect terrorism. But he says the bombs were powerful devices and that some debris landed up to a mile away. Nevada state public safety chief Jim Wright says it'll take time to put the pieces together to find out exactly what happened and why.