“All shells are of German production, 150 mm caliber,” said Serhiy Adamchuk, head of a pyrotechnic group, send to the scene, “Fortunately, the majority of well-preserved shells did not have fuse. But despite this, the shells might have caused a tragedy.”
Field engineers told that the main bait for non-ferrous metals hunters is a copper ferrule, located in back part of a shell. Detonation may happen during cutting of a shell. That day all shells were taken to an artillery range and safely detonated.
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