Fire Bomb Left In Book Drop Box Damages Library
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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A Sacramento-area library was damaged by water early Monday after someone left a flaming object in the book drop box, according to fire fighters.
Fire fighters responded to the Arden-Dimlick library around 4 a.m. when the sprinkler system went off. Crews arrived to find several inches of water in parts of the library.
Officials believe someone put a flaming object, possibly a Molotov cocktail, in the book drop box.
The library will be closed at least for today as crews work to clean up the damage.