controlled explosion on a World War Two grenade

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From the BBC 4 May 2014


WW2 grenade recovered in Newtown abbey bomb alert
Army bomb disposal officers have carried out a controlled explosion on a World War Two grenade in County Antrim.

The grenade was discovered on the shoreline, close to the Hazelbank Park in Newtownabbey, at about 10:00 BST.

It was reported to police as a suspicious object and caused a bomb alert in the area.

Following the bomb disposal operation, a police spokeswoman said the grenade was corroded and had been in the area for some time.

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