exploded on its maker last week, badly hurting his hands and sending him to hospital.A pipe bomb built by a 20-year-old Saskatoon man
CBC News reported police had to call in the Explosive Disposal Unit to Wentworth Crescent in Saskatoon on Friday evening in response to a 9-1-1 call after a homemade bomb exploded in the basement of a house. A second 20-year-old man was also injured, though less seriously, and police searched the home for any other explosive materials, according to the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix.
Police told media they didn't know why the man was building a bomb in a garage, but the investigation continues.
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Meanwhile, flights are returning to normal at the Los Angeles International Airport after a dry ice bomb exploded in a bathroom used by employees in Terminal 2, according to the Associated Press.
NBC News cited anonymous sources who said the small bomb, which consisted of dry ice placed within a plastic bottle, was designed as a prank. Unsurprisingly, authorities didn't find it very funny: the FBI has opened an investigation into who was behind the explosion.
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The incident delayed a few flights and shut down security screening for a while, but no one was injured.
Another dry ice bomb closed Toontown at Disneyland for several hours in May.
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