London Airport resumes work after bomb moved

London Airport resumes work after bomb moved

Mubasher: London City Airport on Tuesday resumed operations, after it was closed on Sunday following the discovery of an unexploded World War II (WWII) bomb in King George V Dock near the River Thames.

The airport reopened after the bomb was safely moved from the airport.

The closure caused cancellation to all of Monday’s flights, affecting up to 16,000 passengers. Nearby residents were also evacuated from their homes.

On Sunday, construction workers had discovered the bomb and alerted authorities.

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Source: Mubasher

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