Charges considered for two juveniles involved in Dundee ‘Drano bomb’ explosion
DUNDEE, Mich. (WTVG) - Residents of a home on Rawson Street in Dundee were evacuated after police say a “homemade Drano bomb” caused a small chemical explosion at the location.
Police and fire crews were dispatched to the location in the 600 block Tuesday evening. They say a second device was also discovered at the same location. The ordnance disposal unit from the Michigan State Police, as well as a hazmat team, are on their way to assist with the removal of the second device.
Police say they have not found any injuries as a result of the explosion but residents of the home are being offered shelter off-site as a precaution due to the chemical agents present.
Charges are being considered for two juveniles police say are responsible for the explosion.
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