WWII Bombs Found in German Town
ORANIENBURG, Germany (AP) _ Police evacuated 10,000 people from a town north of Berlin early Monday after two unexploded World War II bombs were found at a construction site.
Local government offices, the court building and train station in Oranienburg also were cleared.
Police blocked off the area for 10 hours while a bomb squad defused the 1,100- and 550-pound bombs.
Discovery of wartime bombs is common in Oranienburg, which was a major target of allied bombing raids because of its military factories. In the past seven years, 54 such bombs have been found here, mostly by construction crews.