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Entdeckung einer Weltkriegsbombe in Bonn: Evakuierung auf der Hardthöhe

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In Bonn, specifically in the Hardtberg district, a 500-kilogram English aerial bomb from World War II was discovered during excavations on a Monday. The city of Bonn announced that an evacuation within a 500-meter radius of the discovery site was necessary for the bomb’s defusing. This evacuation included several buildings within the Bundeswehr property at the Defense Ministry, as well as a few residential houses. Additionally, several streets were inaccessible due to the situation. Plans were in place to defuse the bomb on the same day it was found. It was clarified by a Defense Ministry spokesperson that the ministry itself was not within the affected area.

The evacuation process commenced, according to an evening statement by a spokesperson. Approximately 2,100 individuals resided in the affected area. An information center was set up to assist those affected, with marked evacuation buses available for transportation to the designated location. The discovery of the aerial bomb occurred during targeted investigations related to the planned expansion of a public swimming pool. This included ground reconnaissance activities for ordnance, as stated by the city. The ordnance disposal service was already present on-site conducting surveys. The municipal regulatory service took charge of the operation and established a command post nearby.

It is reported that a World War II bomb was found on the premises in Bonn, with necessary evacuation measures being taken. The relevant authorities are actively involved in the safe resolution of the situation. The discovery serves as a reminder of the enduring impact of past conflicts on present-day communities.

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Sophie Müller

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