War Souvenirs Removed from Garage

Ardmore, Pennsylvania EOD officials took away what were described by the homeowner as WWI shells given to him by an uncle who served in the war. According to Lower Merion Police Captain William Bogley, the two mortars, approximately eight inches long and three inches in diameter, were removed without incident from an attached garage on the property.

The two shells were taken from the garage and placed in a yard where they were examined and later placed by hand into a truck for removal. Officials on scene said it was unclear if the shells were live or inert. No injuries were reported.

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