WWII bomb leaves huge crater in German field

WWII bomb leaves huge crater in German field

A huge crater in the middle of a cornfield in rural Germany is believed to have been the result of a buried World War II bomb. Locals in Limburg say they heard a loud explosion in the middle of the night and woke up to find the 33-foot-wide crater in the isolated field. No one was hurt. Explosives experts believe the shape of the 4-foot-deep crater was almost certainly created by a bomb.

Simone
Simone
Bennington
Bennington 7 months

Ah yes. The so called agricultural boom

K.C.A.S.U.
K.C.A.S.U. 7 months

What set it off in the middle of the night after all these years when the decades of plowing and harvesting didn't? Weird.

Barny Fraggles
Barny Fraggles 7 months

The brits put a long trigger on that one, just a reminder.

Idiot Prole
Idiot Prole 7 months

I take it no one told the EOD team they were a few hours late?

Cory Pritchard
Cory Pritchard 7 months

Crazy. I bet some farmer feels they cheated death.

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