World War II Bombs Make Thousands of Polish Residents Evacuated

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    atynews.com – A bomb during World War II has evacuated thousands of people in Western Poland. This was done because the authorities started the lifting operation from the River.

    Reporting from Newsweek, Friday (08/10/2018), It was conveyed by a police officer, asukasz Szulikowski to one of the Public Announcers in the country.

    Initially the authorities in the city of Glogow were accidentally bombed when sanitation workers cleared the Oder River. The findings prompted an immediate resettlement effort in the pedestrian area, two weeks after a similar incident west of the city.

    Authorities in the city of Glogow were accidentally bombed when sanitation workers cleared the Oder River. The findings prompted an immediate resettlement effort in the pedestrian area, two weeks after a similar incident west of the city.

    “Some workplaces on the side of Ostrów Tumski, as well as the Archaeological Museum and Power Plant were closed for the time of the bomb removal,” Szulikowski said.

    He estimated that up to 3,000 residents were affected by the cleaning operation. Many of them were transferred to schools outside the evacuation radius by bus.

    The 249 kilogram bomb forced the closure of the nearest rail line and ship traffic through the river, when a crane pulled it out of the water.

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