Toy Hand Grenade Causes Alarm in Seaside Park

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A call of a possible explosive device that caused emergency personnel to flood the 7th Avenue Beach in Seaside Park on Sunday was prompted by a toy hand grenade, authorities said. Seaside Park spokesman Cpl. Steve Shadiack said the Ocean County Radio Room at 12:50 p.m. received a call that what appeared to be a hand…

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