UP TO 16000 PEOPLE AFFECTED by London City Airport closure after discovery of a Second World War bomb on the River Thames

An unexploded Second World War bomb was found yesterday morning on the river Thames near London City Airport. Authorities left the airport open all day and then last night decided to form an exclusion zone around the airport as preparations to remove the device safely are done. Up to 16000 passengers are expected to be affected by the all day airport closure. The airport is a busy city airport hub used frequently by business people as the airport is near the London Central business district of Canary Wharf. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya
photo-London’s Royal Docks-London City Airport

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