Manitoba

Bomb unit removes chemicals from University of Manitoba

Members of the Winnipeg Police Service's bomb unit worked until 2 a.m. on Saturday removing chemicals from the University of Manitoba's Notre Dame Avenue campus.

The chemicals were expired and crystallized, making them dangerous, according to police

No one was hurt by the chemicals, according to police. (CBC)

Members of the Winnipeg Police Service's bomb unit worked until 2 a.m. on Saturday removing chemicals from the University of Manitoba's Notre Dame Avenue campus.

According to police, the chemicals expired and were crystallized, which made them dangerous.

After the bomb unit successfully removed the chemicals, they took them to a facility where they were detonated. 

No one was hurt from the chemicals.

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