World War II panic in Poland: evacuation of thousands after 80 years

2,500 people living in Wroclaw, Poland, were evacuated due to an unexploded bomb from the Second World War. Train services in the region were also stopped.

According to reports in the Polish media, the 250-kilogram bomb was found in Wroclaw, in the southwestern part of the country, during construction work. The Polish armed forces announced that the bomb was a German SC 250 from the war. .In addition, train services were stopped until the bomb was removed, due to the fact that the region was close to the railways. News sites broadcasting from Wroclaw reported that life in the city began to return to normal. During the Second World War, Wroclaw was the German city of Breslau. After the war, the city became part of Poland when the borders were redrawn, and Germany, who lost the war, gave up its lands here.

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