University Campus Evacuated Because of WWII Bomb

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With being the biggest war in human history, it’s no surprise that there may be bombs scattered around the globe from WWII. A section of a Kingston University in London was evacuated when a WWII bomb was discovered and Met Police were called in to help.

“All staff and students based at Penrhyn Road may go home. Be prepared that the campus may also be closed tomorrow.” a spokesperson stated.

A little more further into the day, more sections of the campus were evacuated including the Knights Park campuses, the nursery, and more halls. Kingston Council stated that a couple polling stations had also been closed.


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