The Regina Explosives Disposal Unit was back on the streets of Regina Thursday afternoon for a second time
They were called to investigate reports of a strong chemical odour coming from a building on the 2000 block of 14th Avenue which has caused a health hazard.
Police advised people to stay away from the area while the investigation is ongoing. That investigation centred around a strong odour coming from a pressure cooker that was on a stove.
Around 5 o’clock, a member of the EDU could be seen coming out of the building carrying an object. That object was transported to an Regina Police Service training pit outside of the city with further investigation showing there was nothing unusual about the contents of it
This incident is not in relation to Thursday morning’s EDU case.