A pipe bomb built by a 20-year-old Saskatoon man exploded on its maker last week, badly hurting his hands and sending him to hospital.
CBC News reported police had to call in the Explosive Disposal Unit to Wentworth Crescent in Saskatoon on Friday evening in response to a 9-1-1 call after a homemade bomb exploded in the basement of a house. A second 20-year-old man was also injured, though less seriously, and police searched the home for any other explosive materials, according to the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix.
Police told media they didn't know why the man was building a bomb in a garage, but the investigation continues.
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Meanwhile, flights are returning to normal at the Los Angeles International Airport after a dry ice bomb exploded in a bathroom used by employees in Terminal 2, according to the Associated Press.
NBC News cited anonymous sources who said the small bomb, which consisted of dry ice placed within a plastic bottle, was designed as a prank. Unsurprisingly, authorities didn't find it very funny: the FBI has opened an investigation into who was behind the explosion.
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The incident delayed a few flights and shut down security screening for a while, but no one was injured.
Another dry ice bomb closed Toontown at Disneyland for several hours in May.
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