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Ordnance forces evacuation

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Quinte West firefighters were forced to evacuate the station after a resident dropped off a piece of unidentified ordnance on Monday. Chief John Whelan said the item was found while the resident was cleaning out her basement. OPP were called and proceeded to evacuate the fire hall for about an hour and a half. The item was subsequently removed by the military's ordnance disposal unit. "Being a military town, that's not the first time we've had ammunition (dropped off)," said Whalen.

Submitted Photo Quinte West firefighters were forced to evacuate the station after a resident dropped off a piece of unidentified ordnance on Monday. Chief John Whelan said the item was found while the resident was cleaning out her basement. OPP were called and proceeded to evacuate the fire hall for about an hour and a half. The item was subsequently removed by the military's ordnance disposal unit. "Being a military town, that's not the first time we've had ammunition (dropped off)," said Whalen.

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Quinte West firefighters were forced to evacuate the station after a resident dropped off a piece of unidentified ordnance on Monday. Chief John Whelan said the item was found while the resident was cleaning out her basement. OPP were called and proceeded to evacuate the fire hall for about an hour and a half. The item was subsequently removed by the military's ordnance disposal unit. "Being a military town, that's not the first time we've had ammunition (dropped off)," said Whalen.



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