During the first World War, the United States government used grounds at American University for munitions testing. It was a forgotten chapter in District history, until local workers accidentally uncovered a live artillery shell decades later. We get an update on the excavation in the D.C. neighborhood of Spring Valley.

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  • Mary Cheh D.C. City Council Member (D-Ward 3); Chairman of the Committee on Public Services and Consumer Affairs
  • Ed Hughes Program Manager for Spring Valley Clean Up, Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District

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