posted on Feb, 14 2015 @ 06:44 AM
Please read the following news article...
This incident occurred at my local hospital, and caused a partial evacuation, not to mention a perimeter cordon to be established. Explosives experts
were bought in to secure the suspect device, and found it to be an old format of hand grenade, although no further data has been released as far as I
know, to identify the precise type of grenade.
What is not made clear in the article, is that those who were evacuated, included patients who required the services of doctors and nurses. I am
pleased to report that persons who were there have reported to me in person, that the staff at the hospital remained with patients where they could
not be moved, and treated them outside when it was possible as well. All the staff involved deserve a pat on the back if you ask me, and are examples
of the sort of mentality that a person SHOULD have when they work in the medical feild.
Kudos to all of them.
No one is sure as of yet, where the device came from, who dropped it off, or what their aims and leanings were in doing so. The fact that the grenade
was old, leads me to think that they might suspect that the device was of a World War Two era design. If so, that rather expands the possible suspect
pool. Crazy days in little old Southend On Sea.
edit on 14-2-2015 by TrueBrit because: Spelling error corrected.