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Unexploded WWII bomb to be moved in military convoy through city and 'disposed of' at sea

Sky News Friday, 23 February 2024
An unexploded Second World War bomb found at a property in Plymouth will be removed and transported by military convoy through the city for disposal at sea.
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News video: UK: World War II bomb weighing 500 kg and unexploded found in Plymouth Garden | Oneindia News

UK: World War II bomb weighing 500 kg and unexploded found in Plymouth Garden | Oneindia News 02:26

A 500-kilogram German-made World War II bomb was discovered in a residential garden in Plymouth, Britain, triggering a massive evacuation operation by the local authorities. The bomb, which remained unexploded for more than seven decades, was eventually safely detonated in the sea after days of...

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