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The discovery of a World War II bomb to be temporarily shut down Hamburg Airport

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The Hamburg Airport was temporarily closed to travellers, who, earlier this week, following the discovery of a bomb in the second world War, in the vicinity of the hotel.

On Tuesday evening, officials announced that the airspace over the airport was closed due to the unexpected advancement in the Niendorf area of the city.

“A bomb is at the disposal of the airspace over the Airport in Hamburg is closed at this time. There are no take-offs and landings. The length is currently unknown,” the Hamburg Airport and tweeted at 8 o’clock on a Tuesday. The tweet, which will be closed by advising travelers to check with their airlines for delays and cancellations.

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At the time, Hamburg Airport is repeated to the traveller on the social media that they will not be able to give you a time frame for the re-opening of the airport, which will eventually be shut down for nearly three hours.

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The Hamburg Police department has also updated the audience on the situation, confirming that it “is an old aerial photograph of the’ bomb ‘ was discovered in Niendorf. They later announced that there would be an “alert ” radius” is set for the destruction of the weapon, and that evacuations from the area have been carried out. The police added that emergency shelter was set up at the “Hinter the Is school.

The Hamburg Fire brigade as well, citizens are advised to stay indoors by the side of the buildings furthest away from the location of the bomb, and the distance between each of the windows.

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The bomb was eventually defused, safely, late at night.

“Hamburg Airport has just re-opened,” the airport tweeted at about 11 o’clock”, The WW2 bomb in the Hamburg-Schnelsen, was successfully defused. The wait for the flights to be able to depart/land from now on.”

Once again, the officials advised travelers to check with their airlines on the status of specific flights.

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