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Explosive Devices Found in Yakima Neighborhood

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Investigations continue for police  after a series of explosions that took place in a Yakima neighborhood late Thursday night.

The explosive devices found and used, described as a small plastic water bottle, wrapped in electrical tape and bubble wrap, are powerful enough to potentially kill someone if they were close enough.

KAPP-tv says the explosions happened around 10:30 p.m. on the 1100 block of West Chestnut Avenue with the first device setting a bush on fire.

The area was evacuated and explosive experts from the Tri-cities and Walla Walla called in to help remove the devices.

Police say to not touch anything found similar to these devices and immediately call 911.

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