Friday, April 06, 2012

Discovery Of Bazooka Causes Evacuation
The discovery of a World War II bazooka sent Sullivan County deputies scrambling to a Gibbs Road residence. The incident also caused the evacuation of several nearby homes around 2:30 Thursday afternoon. A man had purchased contents from a storage locker sale in January. He discovered the rocket in some boxes. A Kingsport Bomb Squad technician said the rocket was still fused, with the safety on. The U.S. Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal Unit confirmed the item was a training device with no explosives inside. (jb)

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