Homemade fireworks were behind a bomb scare which closed down a Derbyshire street and forced 200 people to evacuate their homes, it has emerged.
A highly dangerous substance was found in a flat in Newhall by officers responding to calls from neighbours.
Seven controlled explosions were carried out by bomb disposal teams - one of which was performed a mile away from the scene for safety reasons.
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"It's the kind of verbal abuse you have to put up with now and again working at the weekend in the ambulance service."
It'll be another chilly day with patchy cloud and sunny spells. It will stay dry.
Some isolated wintry showers is possible over the Peak District.