WWII bomb explodes in defusing attempt
World War II's biggest Polish bomb explodes in attempt to defuse it
The largest unexploded WWII bomb ever found in Poland exploded during a defusing attempt.
The RAF dropped the Tallboy Bomb or "Earthquake lands»During a raid in 1945 which sank the German cruiser Lützow.
The Polish Navy said there was a 50:50 chance the bomb would explode and all divers were unharmed.
The bomb was at the bottom of a navigation from the Baltic Sea and around 750 residents near the port town of Swinoujscie were evacuated.
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