Hand grenade found in Bucks County home
QUAKERTOWN, Pa. - October 20, 2011 (WPVI) -- A number of homes in Bucks County were evacuated due to the discovery of a hand grenade.
Police say the family of a deceased resident was cleaning out the home when they came upon a cache of old WWII ammo, including gun powder.
A few devices appeared to be live, including a smoke grenade and possibly an anti-tank grenade.
The bomb squad took possession of the items, but they did not detonate them.
The incident took place around 4:00 p.m. at Trumbauersville Road and Richard Street in Quakertown.
As a precaution, adjacent properties were evacuated for a time.
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