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Officials say there were no high levels of toxic or hazardous chemicals in 25 barrels of old military waste pulled from Lake Superior last summer.
But all but three barrels had thousands of tiny explosive devices and were thrown back into Lake Superior because there was no specialized landfill in the region where they could be buried.
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