USA: Second World War Explosive Dredged Up at New Jersey Coast
A team from Naval Weapons Station Earle dredged up explosive of a World War II era at the New Jersey coast, reports philly.com.
The dredger Dodge Island shoveled up the 14-inch projectile while working close to Sea Bright.
Officials will transfer the shell to the Navy which will dispose of it.
This area of the coast has been used as a target during the Second World War and because of that fact appearance of explosives in that area is understandable.
Dredging Today Staff, November 29, 2012; Image: columbiapacific