World War I Artillery Shell Put Out With The Trash
STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:
Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep. One-hundred years after the first world war, French farmers still sometimes encounter a buried artillery shell. That's understandable. What's less understandable is that someone in London, Ontario, found a World War I artillery shell put out with the trash and found by a neighbor. It's believed the shell was tossed by a landlord cleaning up after recently evicted tenants. The neighbor who found the shell said, quote, "those idiots had that in their house." It's MORNING EDITION.
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