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Woman turns in ordnance found in Kalihi

A woman discovered an ordnance at her Kalihi home and turned it in this afternoon to the Kalihi Fire Station.

The Honolulu Fire Department’s spokesman Scot Seguirant said HFD officials were unsure whether it was an unexploded ordnance or not.

Firefighters at the Kalihi station, located at 1742 N. King St., received the item at 3:26 p.m., secured it and established a perimeter.

Meanwhile they called police, who evaluated and removed it from the station by 5:09 p.m.

The fire department reminds the public that ordnance must be handled by the property authorities.

When discovering any type of ordnance, members of the public should contact police immediately, HFD says.

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