ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. (AP) — A suspicious device at a southwest Wyoming power plant turned out not to be a bomb, but it might have hurt a mosquito or two.
Security guards spotted the object at the Jim Bridger Power Plant around midnight Wednesday. The device had wires connected to a small battery.
A bomb squad was called out to the coal-fired power plant. Sweetwater County sheriff’s officials say bomb experts looked over the device and even X-rayed it.
It was a mosquito trap.
Weed and pest officers routinely put out the traps to check for mosquitoes that carry the West Nile virus.
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