Dramatic moment army carries out controlled explosion of bomb found in Sheffield garden

A controlled explosion was carried out by the Army after two suspected Second World War bombs were found in Sheffield.

Sunday, 24th May 2020, 10:57 am
Updated Thursday, 28th May 2020, 1:16 pm

Police and an army bomb disposal team swooped on Greno View Road, High Green on Friday, May 22.

At 1pm they carried out a controlled explosion on the devices, found by a resident.

A South Yorkshire Police spokesperson said: “Police and partner agencies would like to thank residents for their patience.”

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Controlled explosion in Sheffield

Footage of the controlled explosion was sent in by Lucy Anne Cutts.

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A bomb disposal unit swooped on the area and carried out a controlled explosion.

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