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I thought, "We're dead." Deerwood brothers tell story - Brainerd Dispatch MN

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Published on Oct 5, 2012

DEERWOOD — If you ask brothers Nash and Luke Glomski — who were injured Sept. 14 in an explosion in which 13-year-old Nash had his hand blown off and 12-year-old Luke was hit by shrapnel and lost partial vision in his left eye — how they're doing, they'll tell you: "We're living."

Many would say Nash and Luke of Deerwood are lucky to be alive after being involved in an explosion where mortar fireworks went off in Nash's hand. Two explosive devices, including mortar fireworks were found at the scene of the explosion by the Crow Wing County Bomb Squad. One of the devices had exploded and the other one was intact and removed for storage with the bomb squad.

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