Another improvised explosive device found near Pennsylvania train tracks! Second one in past two weeks!
Saturday, 7 May 2011
Click on Robert Hefner’s illustration for more…
On Resurrection Sunday, near Brownsville, Texas, a grenade-described as an improvised explosive device (IED)-was discovered nearby a state highway (click here).
Today a second IED device was found near Pennsylvania train tracks.
“The bomb was found in Chester, Pennsylvania near Amtrak and Septa train tracks, notes CBS Philly. The bomb was located under the Commodore Barry Bridge. Could the plan have been to try to send a train off the bridge?
“The IED contained two bottles holding a yellow liquid. Wires and a timer were attached to the device. The bomb squad of Delaware County identified the device as having explosive potential.”
Click on the picture above for the full report (be careful!)
Warning from two-weeks ago:
“Watch now as most assuredly there will follow a rash of reports coming to us variously across America regarding one IED discovery after the next (link).”