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Kids Find IED Under Texas Bridge

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  • An IED was found under a bridge in Rosebud, Texas.
  • The device was found by two juvenile boys hunting rabbits.
  • The device contained a flammable liquid and shotgun pellets meant for a shrapnel bomb. 
  • So far there are no suspects.

ROSEBUD — An improvised explosive device (IED) was found and disabled Tuesday night under a bridge near Rosebud, Texas. 

According to Falls County Constable Richard Aleman, two juvenile boys were hunting for rabbits late Tuesday evening when they noticed suspicious items under a bridge near Farm to Market 1963. The boys notified one of their parents, who is former military personnel, and he contacted the fire department.

The fire department arrived and determined that the packages were possibly IEDs. The McLennan County Bomb Squad was called in and arrived at the scene at approximately 10:00 p.m.  An agent from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives arrived at approximately 11:30 p.m.

The MCSO bomb squad was able to x-ray three “suspicious devices” which included a plastic bottle wrapped in duct tape, a fuse-type detonator device, and a cooler. X-rays revealed there were shotgun shells and an unidentified liquid inside the bottle.

The bomb squad and ATF agent on scene determined the device was an IED designed to blow shrapnel. Officials breached the IED by spraying it with a “water cannon” to disable the device and determine the liquid inside.

The liquid inside of the bottle was determined to be flammable and was sent to a laboratory for further testing.

Sheriff Parnell McNamara said that the packages were capable of exploding and could have been extremely dangerous.

“Someone had made this to create lots of damage and harm,” said McNamara.

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The two boys who found the packages are not suspects at this time.

No injuries were reported.

By KCENTV

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4 Comments

4 Comments

  • Joe Uzzer says:

    There are NO SUSPECTS? Are you _kidding_ me? Just look for the nearest Muslim or DAESH sympathizer.

  • DustyFae says:

    Now look for the person at the nearest Muslim community , Mosques or no go zones the muslims have. surely there must be finger prints..
    I am sure it was not a Jew or Christian

    • m. jenkins says:

      That is odd you say you are sure it was not a Jew, when it has repeatedly been Israel who has been responsible for false flag attacks meant to frame Arabs. 9/11 is a perfect example of how Israel used the United States to attack her neighbors after blowing up the WTC complex. The saddest part of that false flag was the fact that there were Americans involved too. Americans who would benefit from prolonged military conflicts in the Middle-east.

      Read about Israel’s attack on the USS Liberty in 1967. Designed to draw the U.S. into conflict with Egypt, the sinking of the USS Liberty could have easily been blamed on whoever the government wanted. However, the Israelis failed to sink the USS Liberty which left survivors who were then witnesses to the treasonous acts of Israel. 34 American sailors were killed and 171 injured in the 75 minute attack involving jet fighters and torpedo boats.

  • SouthernPatriot says:

    With all the Muslim terrorists that the Fascist-in-Chief is importing into unsuspecting communities across America and having his sycophant AG threaten states to force them to provide immediate free housing, free medical care, free food…and generally taxpayer paid livelihoods from the moment they arrive, they have much time to make IEDs, pressure cooker bombs, rape women and children, and wreck havoc.

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