Another large World War II bomb found in Hannover
Berlin, June 16: The German authorities had to evacuate approximately 15,000 residents from the city of Hannover after a 250 kilogram (550 pound) unexploded World War II-era bomb was found at a construction site.
According to the authorities, a helicopter had been deployed check if there were any residents left in the densely populated parts of the city. But the search broke off after someone shined a laser pointer in the pilot’s eyes.
They further stated that the disposal unit began working on the bomb at 3:13 am in the morning and it took them 30 minutes to diffuse the World War II era munition.
The Oslo Times International News Network