WWII bomb discovered in Einsiedlerhof

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WWII bomb discovered in Einsiedlerhof

by: Jerry Aliison | .
Stripes Europe | .
published: March 23, 2017

The Armed Forces Agency discovered a 500-pound World War II-era bomb in a construction site in Einsiedlerhof, Wednesday. The site has been cordoned off and disarmament of the bomb will take place Sunday, March 26. A 500-meter radius area around the site will be evacuated. The 200 effected residents are being asked to leave by 9 a.m. Sunday. Kaiserstraße will be closed to traffic from the Jacob-Pfeiffer Straße to Haderwald. For more information, visit www.nachrichten-kl.de/kaiserslautern/item/32604-bombenfund-auf-dem-einsiedlerhof.

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