“If you ever come across anything suspicious like this item, please do not pick it up, your local law enforcement agency for assistance”.
‘Apparently the impact caused roof tiles to fall off homes in the village hundreds of yards away.’ Describing the moment they found the bomb, Ben added: ‘I imagined them to be much bigger – I was in disbelief because it was so small, but it was the right shape.’ Police asked him to keep other people away from the bridge until they could arrive and cordon off the area.
Mole Valley district, Dorking city. A 38 years old parent and his 6 years old son, both equipped with rope and magnet “fish” an English bomb dated back to the second world war. At the sight of the bomb, the man decides to call the police, who asks for pictures of the found object. When they realize it is actually a bomb, they immediately reach the site. The controlled detonation was so powerful that it provoked the fall of tiles from houses located hundreds of meters from the point. We ask the readers to think about the danger to which the father exposed the little one to. S.J.A.L.
Distretto del Mole Valley, Comune Dorking. Il genitore 38-enne il figlio 6 anni. Entrambi muniti di cima e magnete, dal River Mole, “pescano” una bomba da mortaio di fabbricazione inglese e risalente alla seconda guerra mondiale. L’uomo alla vista dell’ordigno chiama la Polizia, gli agenti chiedono una foto del residuato e di allontanare i presenti dalla bomba. Quindi ricevuta l’immagine del mortaio inviano sul posto gli artificieri. Una bomba tanto potente che la detonazione controllata provoca la caduta di numerose tegole ad abitazioni situate a centinaia di metri di distanza. Per quanto riguarda il pericolo a cui il padre ha esposto il figlio lascio ai lettori ogni commento.
If you find anything that appears to be an explosive device, do not touch it, leave it where it is and call the police. We will contact the appropriate agencies to properly dispose of the item.