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Grenades found along S. Cumminsville street

SOUTH CUMMINSVILLE, OH (FOX19) -

A South Cumminsville intersection was shut down for about a half hour on Monday after two grenades were found.

It happened near the intersection of Spring Grove and Ralston.

The Cincinnati Bomb Squad responded and removed the grenades.

No one was hurt.

Three grenades were found earlier Monday morning in the parking lot of the Goodwill store in Woodlawn. The cases are not believed to be connected.

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