Ten homes were evacuated after two World War II-era bombs were found in a South Carolina neighborhood.
Multiple media outlets reported the bombs were found by a man digging in his yard Tuesday afternoon northeast of Columbia.
Richland County Sheriff’s spokeswoman Monique Mack says the department’s bomb squad found one of the 250-pound bombs had a small explosive charge still attached.
Mack says the homes were evacuated for several hours. The bombs were taken to a vacant lot and destroyed.
Mack says the bomb squad is called out several times a year to dispose of old military ordinance. What were then rural parts of Richland County were used for military training during World War II.
Source: Military Times
Ten homes were evacuated after two World War II-era bombs were found in a South…
by Tactical-Life.com / May 12, 2010