Cannonballs dating back to the Civil War era have been discovered on a South Carolina beach in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.
The military ordnance was found by a local resident walking along Folly Beach in Charleston County, according to CNN. The U.S. Air Force Explosive Team helped to detonate the cannonballs on Sunday, the Charleston County Sheriff’s Office said.
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