This photo taken April 24, 2018, shows Brad Ewell of the Plano Police Department bomb squad posing with one of the department’s bomb robots, the Remotec F6B, in Plano, Texas.  Police departments prefer to send bomb robots in. It’s safer, and can be more effective,  to have robots handle suspicious packages, stray grenades, barricaded people and more.(Louis DeLuca/The Dallas Morning News via AP)
This photo taken April 24, 2018, shows Brad Ewell of the Plano Police Department bomb squad posing with one of the department’s bomb robots, the Remotec F6B, in Plano, Texas. Police departments prefer to send bomb robots in. It’s safer, and can be more effective, to have robots handle suspicious packages, stray grenades, barricaded people and more.(Louis DeLuca/The Dallas Morning News via AP) Louis DeLuca AP
This photo taken April 24, 2018, shows Brad Ewell of the Plano Police Department bomb squad posing with one of the department’s bomb robots, the Remotec F6B, in Plano, Texas. Police departments prefer to send bomb robots in. It’s safer, and can be more effective, to have robots handle suspicious packages, stray grenades, barricaded people and more.(Louis DeLuca/The Dallas Morning News via AP) Louis DeLuca AP

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