WWII Era UXO Travels Undetected Across Germany

Saxony, Germany An unexploded World War II bomb was inadvertently transported across Germany before being discovered at a recycling plant. The 3 foot long 300-pound bomb (exact type not reported) was transported from the western city of Cologne to the eastern state of Saxony hidden in a pile of construction debris in a dump truck.

When the bomb was finally discovered, the police were called who responded with a bomb disposal team to safely remove the bomb for proper disposal. Approximately 600 residents in the surrounding areas were evacuated from their homes during the response for safety purposes.

Comments

BlogCFC was created by Raymond Camden. This blog is running version 5.5.002.