Fire station evacuated after woman drops off WWII-era grenade
The grenade still had the pin in it; a bomb squad destroyed the grenade
By FireRescue1 Staff
HOLLY HILL, Fla. — Firefighters rushed to clear their own fire station Monday after a woman dropped off an old grenade.
WTHR.com reported that firefighters were unsure whether the WWII-era grenade was live or not. They evacuated the station and called in the bomb squad.
The grenade still had the pin in it and a bomb squad member said that it was likely a live munition.
The bomb squad destroyed the grenade; there were no injuries.
The woman said she found the grenade while cleaning out her deceased grandfather's house.