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Thursday, July 28, 2011

PIPE BOMB Scare Shuts Down Hwy "A" in Franklin County, Mo.

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Highway A Currently Closed After Police Find Suspicious Pipe

by dfox
www.klpw.com
July 28, 2011
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Investigation of the Highway A pipe is over. Franklin County Fire Investigator Jim Schumacher believes the crudely constructed device was the work of juveniles. He says motorists are free to move about Highway A as they please. For safety precautions the fake bomb was disposed of at a local rock quarry, typical disposal protocol in investigations such as this one.
As of ten-thirty this morning, Highway A has been closed for investigation of a possible crime scene. A suspicious pipe was found off the route between Union and Washington. The Franklin County Sheriff's Department and Franklin Fire Investigator Jim Schumacher are currently looking into the matter and making sure the pipe is not a bomb device.




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Overturned Mower Kills Man, 81 in Franklin County

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Deputies Investigate Man’s Death in Lawn Mower Accident

July 28, 2011
by dfox
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Officers with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department arrived to a residence in the 5000 block of Highway O last night around six-forty-five. As soon as enforcement arrived they spoke with a male witness who stated that he was waived down for held by another man while driving down Highway O towards the residence.

According to department reports, the witness was flagged down for help in saving the life of the flagger’s brother, 81-year-old James McNabb of pacific. Reports indicated that McNabb’s brother found him trapped under a ride along lawn mower after family became concerned when they didn’t hear from him for some time.


Investigators believe the 81-year-old man was cutting the grass near the edge of a culvert on his commercial grade mower when he and the equipment toppled over the edge onto a concrete slab below. The department believes McNabb died after the mower landed on top of him after an eight foot drop.


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