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A man tried to board a plane in Miami for Brazil with bags full of exotic snakes and turtles hidden in his pants. The Transportation Security Administration spokesman, Jonathon Allen, said the man was withheld after passing a complete body tomography detector at Miami International Airport. Security employees discovered several nylon bags with seven snakes and three turtles hidden in his pants. The South Florida Sun Sentinel newspaper said the animals were confiscated by the federal Department of Fish and Wildlife and the passenger was arrested. 5. A corpse in a wheelchair pretending to be a passenger.
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As a result of the blast, the company halted the production of fireworks on Ward Street Extension and produced display fireworks at the Yalesville factory. The Ward Street Extension and Wallace Street factories continued to manufacture caps for toy guns, sparklers and cardboard boxes. March 1956 Around noon, three explosions in rapid succession rocked a two-story factory building on Wallace Street where the Backes company stored gun powder for the production of caps, according to the March 29, 1956 edition of the Meriden Journal. Three men were injured, and Michael Gust, of Yalesville, eventually died due to injuries he sustained in the explosion. Families living on Fair Street, South Elm Street and Ward Street were evacuated, according to the article.
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Residents recall Wallingford’s history of fireworks manufacturing – and the accidents that came with it

the previous day and they had locked the main door and the overhead door before leaving. They had entered the building that morning without realizing that the main door had been forced open prior to their arrival. When he set up to work, he noticed that several of his tools were missing including a nail gun, a compressor and a saw, among other items.
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