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World War I era artillery round found in Ogdensburg home
Posted by news on 5/16/2017 4:39:00 AM.
Last week, a World War II era grenade was likely accidently donated to the Watertown Urban Mission. Now, an artillery round dating back to World War I was found in a home in Ogdensburg.

It was discovered Sunday afternoon inside a home on Mansion Ave. Fire crews eventually called in the state police Bomb Disposal Unit, as nearby neighbors were asked to keep shelter inside.

According to 7 News, the anti-personnel artillery round--considered to be live--was safely removed from the residence.

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