The Tedax detonate an explosive device found on a Motril beach
Technicians specialized in deactivation of explosive devices (Tedax) of the National Police have detonated tonight an incendiary device found near Granada beach, in Motril (Granada).
It is an active artifact, apparently of a military type, with inscriptions in English and that was found by a person who was doing paddle surfing in the area, police sources have informed Efe, who believe that it could be a position marker of boats.
To proceed with the controlled detonation, the National Police established a security cordon of just over 200 meters, which forced the eviction of people who were walking through the area, as well as several caravans stationed in the area.
After digging a hole, officers buried the white phosphor artifact to explode it.