A Kennewick man bought a 90 millimeter artillery shell at a swap meet but then became concerned he might have a live round and called police. The 53rd Ordnance Company in Yakima picked up the artillery shell, which was about three and a half feet long, and blew it up.
A Kennewick man bought a 90 millimeter artillery shell at a swap meet but then became concerned he might have a live round and called police. The 53rd Ordnance Company in Yakima picked up the artillery shell, which was about three and a half feet long, and blew it up. Kennewick police
A Kennewick man bought a 90 millimeter artillery shell at a swap meet but then became concerned he might have a live round and called police. The 53rd Ordnance Company in Yakima picked up the artillery shell, which was about three and a half feet long, and blew it up. Kennewick police

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