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Surgeons Remove Explosive from Soldier's Head

Surgeons Remove Explosive from Soldier's Head

Army surgeons donned protective body armor to remove a live explosive round from an Afghan soldier's head. The incendiary device, which contained enough explosives to kill the entire surgical team, became lodged in the patient's scalp during a bomb attack. Initially, doctors thought it was a piece of solid scrap metal, but the CAT scan image revealed the suspicious object was hollow. More at ABC News.

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