Una supuesta mina terrestre fue retirada de una playa de Florida

A suspected land mine was removed from a Florida beach, según la policía.

La antigua ordenanza militar fue descubierta el miércoles en una parte de la playa sin nombre cerca del 1800 bloque de la autopista sur A1A, de acuerdo a un Facebook post from the Indian River County Sheriff’s Office.
      The sheriff’s office ispretty confidentthat the ordinance was an old land mine, Debbie Carson, a media relations officer at the office, tells CNN.
        Carson says that Vero Beach, the second most populous city in Indian River County, was a military training base for WWII. So finding old military ordinances israther common.
          Wednesday’s land mine wasat least the second or third timethe sheriff’s office has dealt with an ordinance in 2022, Ben Carson habla sobre 'impensable'.
          Officers from the sheriff’s office monitored the scene while waiting for explosive specialists from the Patrick Air Force Base, who safely removed the mine. Nadie salió herido, the sheriff’s office says.
          We always want people to use caution aroundsuspected military ordinances, Ben Carson habla sobre 'impensable'. “The chances of one of them still being able to explode after all this time and being exposed to salt water is pretty minimal.
            Todavía, beachgoers who spot a suspicious object on the beach should use caution and call the police, Carson says.
            In the 1940s, Indian River County was used as a Marine Air Squadron Base and a training ground for Naval and Marine aviators, according to the Museum of Florida History.




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