Mother and daughter survived explosion of World War II grenade in kitchen


A woman and her daughter were lucky enough to survive a blast of a World War (WWII) grenade after they accidentally brought a strange-looking object from a seaview.

The incident occurred in the United Kingdom, raising serious questions as to how a 75-year-old bomb of WWII ended up in a family kitchen.

It happened after Jodie Crews and her eight-year-old daughter Isabella stumbled across the explosive while walking along a beach near their home. Until the recent explosion, Hodie thought the object was a fossil or an old bone.