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After Sharing His Photos On Facebook, Kelly Gravell Got Floods Of Calls Asking How They Didn’t Die

Written by Carly Walker
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Usually a day at the beach is fun, but this family encountered something that they thought was harmless, but later realized they were lucky to be alive. A family in Wales went to the beach and saw what they thought was an old, barnacle encrusted buoy. The old ball of rusty steel had washed up on the shore near Burry Port in Wales.

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Kelly Gravell and her family saw the object in the distance and went to go look at it. Her children were fascinated by the huge metallic sphere with all the barnacles and seaweed stuck to it. They took pictures with it and played with it. Her kids even hit it with their hands. They then left, unaware that they had put themselves in danger.

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A few days later, officials from Pembrey Country Park made an announcement that a World War ll era sea mine had washed up on the beach. A friend of the family saw the pictures of their beach trip on Facebook and put two and two together.

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Kelly and her husband were shocked to realize that they had been standing right beside a sea mine, and could have been killed at any second if it had gone off.

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A few days later, officials from Pembrey Country Park made an announcement that a World War ll era sea mine had washed up on the beach. A friend of the family saw the pictures of their beach trip on Facebook and put two and two together.

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Kelly and her husband were shocked to realize that they had been standing right beside a sea mine, and could have been killed at any second if it had gone off.

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