July 12, 2024

Extended Cordon: WW2 Bomb in Plymouth

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Plymouth unexploded WW2 bomb: Cordon to be extended

Plymouth unexploded WW2 bomb: Cordon to be extended

An unexploded World War Two bomb discovered in Plymouth is set to cause disruption for residents as the cordon around the area is set to be extended. The bomb, which was found during construction work, has prompted authorities to take precautionary measures to ensure the safety of the public.

The discovery of the bomb has sparked memories of the devastating impact of the war on Plymouth, which was heavily bombed during the Blitz. The cordon extension is necessary to allow bomb disposal experts to safely dispose of the device, which poses a potential threat if not handled correctly.

Residents in the affected area have been advised to follow instructions from authorities and to remain calm during the operation. While the disruption may be inconvenient, the safety of the public is paramount, and it is important to follow the guidance given by emergency services.

Authorities have not yet confirmed how long the cordon will remain in place, but efforts are being made to resolve the situation as quickly and safely as possible. In the meantime, residents are urged to be patient and cooperative as the authorities work to ensure their safety.

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