Grenade Found in Front Yard on Northeast 87th Street: Miami-Dade Police

Officers yelled "fire in the hole" before the grenade was detonated

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    Miami-Dade Police said they found a live grenade at 791 NE 87th St. A robot was on the premises as a bomb squad responded. Police said they planned to blow up the grenade.

    Officers yelled "fire in the hole" before police detonated a grenade in a front yard in northeast Miami-Dade early Thursday evening.

    The blast occurred at about 6:18 p.m. There were no injuries.

    Police said earlier that they were sending a bomb squad to blow up the grenade. It was found at 791 NE 87th St., Miami-Dade Police spokesman Detective Javier Baez said.

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