7 more mortars found at former Camp Sibert

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GADSDEN, Ala. (AP) — Seven more mortar rounds were found this week at the former Camp Sibert near Gadsden.

The Gadsden Times reports (http://bit.ly/UbHpL3 ) there is no danger to the public according to Mike Bryant, who is director of the Gadsden/Etowah County Emergency Management Agency.

Crews have been working to remove any mortar rounds in the area left from activity during World War II at Camp Sibert. Bryant tells the newspaper that the mortars are widespread. He said the cleanup project could take years to complete.



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