ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) _ Residents in one Orlando neighborhood say they're nervous after a 23-pound bomb from World War II was found
in the backyard of a house under construction.
The house is on the edges of a former Army bombing range. A nearby day care center and other businesses were evacuated yesterday while military munitions experts removed the bomb. The bomb did not contain live explosives.
The Army Corps of Engineers had said the area was clear after two live bombs were removed from a ranch behind the former bombing range.
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