2000-lb U.S. Bomb Safely Removed from Japanese Construction Site

Kuwana, Japan A 2000-lb unexploded WWII bomb was safely removed from a construction site in central Japan by members of the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF), according to Kuwana's Crisis Management Office. The soldiers defused the American-made aerial bomb at a construction site before it was safely removed.

A 984-foot cordon was setup around the site and nearly 200 people were evacuated as roads and the nearby Nagara River waterway were sealed off.

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