BREAKING NEWS: Unexploded World War Two bomb found at Upminster School
A number of houses have been evacuated after an unexploded World War Two bomb was found in the grounds of a school.
The ammunition device was discovered at the Old Chapel in Sacred Heart of Mary Girls’ School in St Mary’s Lane, Upminster today (Tuesday April 10) at around 8.10am.
Firefighters and police are currently at the scene.
Norfolk Road at the junction of Upminster Road is currently closed.
Road closures are also in place in Highview Gardens, Upminster.
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It comes just three weeks after 22 unexploded bombs were unearthed on the site by workmen.
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