Frankfurt to evacuate 70,000 after British WW2 bomb found

Frankfurt to evacuate 70,000 after British WW2 bomb found
 

German police will evacuate about 70,000 people from their homes on Sunday after an unexploded World War Two bomb was discovered in Frankfurt.
It will be one of the biggest operations of its kind carried out in Germany since the war.
The 1.4 tonne British bomb, nicknamed 'blockbuster' during the war for its ability to wipe out whole streets, was found near Goethe University Frankfurt.
The university, the central bank and hospitals will also be evacuated.
Police said the bomb was a HC 4000, a type used in air raids by British forces.
It was found on Wismarer Strasse, which is close to the... read more

 
31 August 2017 in World News, Views: 37
Source: BBC
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