Unexploded WWII Bombs Pose Risk in Residential Area, Company Reports

Plymouth, England – St. Michael Avenue, located approximately 800m west of HMNB Devonport, is an area with a historical significance dating back to World War II. During the war, the city of Plymouth was a major target for the Luftwaffe, resulting in over 2,500 high explosive bombs being dropped, many of which struck residential areas. According to 1st Line Defence, a company specializing in managing risks associated with unexploded bombs, it is estimated that around …

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