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Unexploded WW2 bomb on seabed uncomfortably close to Hinkley Point C nuclear station


An unexploded 250 pound wartime bomb has been found on the seabed near
Hinkley Point power station this week. The Hinkley Point C harbour
authority issued a local notice to mariners on Monday (March 29th) advising
mariners to keep well clear of the device, which is north of the power
station site. “Mariners are advised that a 250 pound bomb thought to date
from World War II has been discovered by the Hinkley Point marine works
principal contractor to the north of Hinkley Point C harbour authority
statutory limits,” says Hinkley Point C harbour master Nick Clarence in
the warning. 30th March 2021

March 31, 2021 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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