Recall we bring to you early this week that the London city Airport was shut due to the discovering of world war two bomb detected. However, the World War Two bomb has been blown to smithereens at sea.
The half-tonne ordnance was discovered in the River Thames at the George V Dock in east London, close to the airport on Monday.
All flights to and from the airport were canceled while the huge bomb was safely removed.
A 200-meter exclusion zone was put in place before the airport returned to normal on Tuesday.
The German bomb was due to be detonated at sea on Tuesday, but the divers abandoned the explosion because of high winds and dangerous conditions
With improved conditions today, Royal Navy bomb experts exploded the 1.5 meter-long bomb off Shoeburyness, Essex.
Earlier this week, CEO of London City Airport, Robert Sinclair, said in a statement: ‘The World War Two ordnance discovered in King George V Dock has been safely removed by the Royal Navy and Met Police.
‘As a result, the exclusion zone has now been lifted and the airport has been opened since yesterday.
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