1,400 tonnes of HC4000 bombs have been disabled
The bomb was identified at the West land Gotal University campus in Frankfurt. This unexplored bomb was first detected by the help of special cameras from the sky. When the bomb was disrupted on Sunday, 66,000 residents of the radius of the one-kilometer radius were removed. The inhabitants of the area remain elsewhere from six in the morning until evening. In this part of the city’s west part of the city, there are important installations, such as the Gotet University of Frankfurt, the stadium, the police headquarters, the radio station and two hospitals.For the sake of security, it was decided to remove the residents there. The bomb disposal authorities and the Frankfurt municipal authorities had requested the residents to leave their homes from 6 am on Sunday, following the letter and local police making.
Experts say that 150 kilograms of explosives have been found in this British unexploded bomb of 1,400 tonnes of HC4000. After detecting the location of the bomb, there were 24 hours police guard installed.
While disabling the bombs, flight routes and landing lines were changed at one of the busiest Frankfurt airports in Europe. In addition, train and tram movement were closed with a highway and road and railway in the area.
The Frankfurt police and two thousand volunteers assist in the removal of residents of the area. Volunteers help older people in the area and older people in the hospital to move away.
Special arrangements were arranged for children visiting the museum, special arrangements for children’s play, children’s play for children, safety for their safety, and recreation. After disabling the unexploded bomb, the municipal mayor Peter Fieldsman congratulated the members of the bomb disposal squad.
At the end of World War II (1939-45), British and US bombers carried out bombings in major cities of Germany Yet many bombs have exploded in different parts of Germany.