More than 50,000 inhabitants, Augsburg have the house to vliegtuigbom WWII
Some 54,000 inhabitants of the German city of Augsburg have on Christmas day to leave their homes, because a British vliegtuigbom from the Second world War and harmless is made.
It is a particularly heavy bomb of 1.8 tonnes, which in construction was discovered. During the scavenging is an area with a radius of 1,500 metres cleared. According to a politiewoordvoerder able to work between 14.00 and 15.00 hours start.
The inhabitants at the latest at 10.00 hours to leave their homes. Then for four hours nine hundred police officers to make sure there are no more in the area. Inhabitants be in six places collected, but most are to family and friends gone. Many had their homes all on christmas leave.
Friday was all started with the evacuation of a hospital and a number of care homes.