Explosive device south of Francis could be heard in Hillyard - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Explosive device south of Francis could be heard in Hillyard

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SPOKANE, Wash. - At 1:15 Sunday morning the Spokane police department responded to a report of an explosive device at the intersection of Eloika and A street. 

None of the three residents were injured but the home recieved serious damage. The explosion which could be heard as far north as Hillyard, knocked the eves from the home, broke out windows, and left a hole in the yard. 

Spokane Police and explosive experts recovered some peices of the device but have no suspects at this time. 

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