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Video: Bellingham SWAT officers explains why explosives are safer way to open doors

SWAT officer Josh McKissick of the Bellingham Police Department explains Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015, at the Aloha Motel in Bellingham, why it is often safer to use explosives to open a door than a battering ram.
The Bellingham Herald