Fishermen in France made a particularly harmful catch once they hauled in a 1-ton German bomb left over from World Warfare II.
A trawler discovered the bomb off the coast of Normandy final week, based on The Specific. The invention was made 2.5 miles from the port of Grandcamp-Maisy, the media outlet reported.
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With the crew safely evacuated from the trawler, consultants labored to defuse the bomb, based on a tweet from French authorities.
The bomb was discovered close to the placement of the D-Day landings in June 1944.
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Different unexploded ordnance from World Warfare II has been making headlines. Earlier this yr, Royal Navy bomb disposal consultants detonated a big wartime gadget that was found within the River Thames.
The 500 kg (1,102 pound) bomb was discovered within the George V Dock in North Woolwich throughout building work on the London Metropolis airport. The invention of the massive German bomb prompted the closure of the airport, in addition to the evacuation of close by residents from their properties.
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