Video. A wayward army shell narrowly missed two villages, a school, a main railway line and a road, before exploding in a farmers' field. It was fired on Salisbury Plain, landing five miles away from the usual army training area and landing near the village of Patney.
Live firing has been suspended as a military investigation is underway.
Robert Murphey reports and spoke to Farmer Andrew Snook.
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