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News of the Weird. How does a person not know there are grenades in their basement? Must be more cluttered than our house.
Is this why there is a helicopter hovering overhead Palo Alto?
@anonymous Hi there, according to Palo Alto police, there are media helicopters hovering the scene.
PAPD twitter page -- Web Link
Can't wait to here the Sky Posse's opinion of the news helos.... :). At least I'll know when the fun is over when the helo(s) leaves.
We get revenue if the helicopters refuel at Palo Alto Airport.
Explosion heard. Police still have street surrounded. Paramedic raced away with lights flashing. Hopefully no one is hurt.
You guys haven't fired your copy editors, have you?
@Alex is that a trick question? Jokes aside, thanks for pointing out the typo! We've fixed it.
Something similar found a week or so in Mountain View.
And the "font yard"? One more typo to correct. And I wish we could more details in the news -- like the number of the house and the owner on Webster. Long ago and far away, the news didn't choose to protect perpetrators or write articles with no names or real information.
Why would anyone keep live grenades in their home? What a foolish thing to do.
Older houses with basements and attics often have odd things left by previous residents. That house just sold this summer and I'm guessing the final house clear-out uncovered those old souvenirs.
Why move explosives to the driveway instead of just leaving them where they were found?
Fixed! Thanks @Concerned Retiree
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