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Millennium Bridge reopened after Police remove “unexploded World War Two ordnance”

The Millennium Bridge has reopened after police safely removed an “unexploded World War Two ordnance” from the Southbank side this morning.

Officers were called to the scene at 10:45am after reports of a “shell” were found washed up on the beach.

A police spokesperson told the News that the ordnance was safely removed to be destroyed and the bridge was reopened shortly after 11:45am.

 

 

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