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Farrington Highway reopened after ordnance turned in


Police have reopened Farrington Highway, which was closed just before noon today after someone delivered unexploded ordnance to the Waianae Fire Station.

The police Specialized Services Division responded to the call and the highway was reopened about 12:30 p.m.

A resident brought what appeared to be unexploded military ordnance in the back of a pickup truck to the Waianae Fire Station, said fire spokesman Capt. Terry Seelig.

Police closed the highway in both directions between Waianae Middle School and Kaupuni Street for about half an hour and the fire station was evacuated as a precaution, officials said.


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