Wash. high school evacuated as bottle bombs explode
No one was seriously injured, but a janitor's skin became irritated by the bomb's chemicals
By Chelsea Bannach
SPOKANE, Wash. — In a possible ploy to buy more study time during finals week, someone placed two pop-bottle bombs in a Spokane high school Wednesday.
The pop bottles exploded inside Ferris High School, prompting officials to evacuate the school.
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