Guernsey: Second bomb discovered and detonated


A second World War Two bomb has been detonated after being found in the undersea crater left by a bomb disposed of by Royal Navy divers the day before.

Local divers in Guernsey found the new anti-submarine bomb in the seabed on Tuesday, Guernsey Harbours said.

Both anti-submarine bombs were found about 1,800ft (550m) north east of the entrance to St Peter Port Harbour.

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Source: BBC News