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Five Tons of Artillery Shells Discovered in Scrap-Yard
22.12.2011 13:15
Five Tons of Artillery Shells Discovered in  Scrap-Yard

Criminal case was launched against an inspector of a metal scrap-yard in Chebarkul (Chelyabinsk Region) on December, 21st, 2011.
      
      In the course of a check-up it was found out that the man had been storing about 5 tons of artillery ammunition.
      
      Field investigators found the dangerous scrap metal during spot-check in metal scrap-yards. Now they are trying to find out how the ammunition appeared in this scrap yard. As for the worker of the scrap-yard who has managed to gather such a hazardous collection at his place, he will have to go before the court.
      
      Source: province.ru
Author: Vera Ivanova


Tags: Ammunition Chelyabinsk Region Scrap Metal Oddities  

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