Police Disable Two Improvised Explosive Devices

TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) – Indiana State Police says its ordnance disposal team disabled two improvised explosive devices found at a Terre Haute park.
 
The Tribune-Star reports a Terre Haute parks department employee found the two devices near the Collett Park entrance Tuesday morning. The state police team was called in just after 9 a.m. 
 
Park Superintendent Eddie Bird described one of the devices as having a fuse that looked like someone had tried to light it. He says there was no indication of how long the devices had been in the park.
 
State police says the devices were less than 10 inches long. Bomb Technician Chad Hilton says the device he disarmed had a probable blast radius of 50 yards and could have caused injuries to anyone nearby.