Breaking News
More () »

Additional explosive devices located after Newaygo High School incident, MSP says

MSP said the devices were safely detonated Monday night by the bomb squad.
Credit: 13OYS

NEWAYGO, Mich. — Michigan State Police continues to investigate after an explosive device was "accidentally" detonated by a student at Newaygo High School this week. 

According to an update Tuesday, additional explosive devices were located at a home Monday night during a search warrant tied to the investigation. The explosive devices were safely detonated by the MSP Bomb Squad. 

RELATED: Multiple students injured after homemade explosive device set off in Newaygo High School

On Monday morning, multiple people were injured after a 16-year-old student detonated a homemade explosive device, originally reported as a firework, in class. 

The school administration called 911, and the building was immediately evacuated; students were transferred to the bus garage. 

MSP said the student who detonated the device was transferred to the hospital with moderate to severe injuries. Four other students were transported to the hospital by their parents with minor injuries, and the classroom teacher also sought treatment.

Authorities will continue to investigation the incident and try to determine what kind of material was involved in the explosion, as well as, what led to the incident.


Make it easy to keep up to date with more stories like this. Download the 13 ON YOUR SIDE app now.

Have a news tip? Email news@13onyourside.com, visit our Facebook page or Twitter. Subscribe to our YouTube channel.