Acid bomb explodes at Florida apartment complex

Oct. 15, 2009
No injuries or evacuations reported

OCOEE, Fla. --

Investigators are working to determine who placed acid bombs in the breezeway of an Orange County apartment complex.

Authorities were called to the Vizcaya Lakes Apartments near Ocoee around 8 p.m. on Tuesday.

A resident there saw a suspicious device and said it exploded before investigators arrived.

Investigators said they found the device with smoke coming from it, and hazmat teams located three additional acid bombs during the investigation.

Nobody was injured, and no apartments were evacuated.

An investigation is being conducted by the Orange County Sheriff's Office.

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