It happened last week in California, Kansas, West Virginia, New Mexico and many other locations. Police bomb squads used their expertise to create Easter eggs that gave off a sound like a smoke alarm.
In Bakersfield, blind and visually impaired children got a chance to hunt for Easter eggs with a little help from the Bakersfield Police Department bomb squad, NBC News reported.
More than 20 kids searched for the beeping eggs on Thursday, with officers serving as guides. The eggs were traded in for candy, popcorn and snow cones, and every child left with an Easter basket.
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