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Fla. department's bomb squad hopes for $173K robot


By Brittany Wallman
Sun-Sentinel

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — If a weapon of mass destruction were unleashed on Fort Lauderdale, Andros would be ready. A small bomb? Call him in. Andros can climb hills, jump small ditches and shoot a shotgun. But he costs as much as a Bentley.

Andros F6A is a $173,000 robot that Fort Lauderdale's police bomb squad hopes to own.

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