'Unexploded bomb' scare closes Victoria station

'Unexploded bomb' claim closes Victoria station

'Unexploded bomb' claim closes Victoria station

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Reports of an unexploded Second World War bomb at a building site next to Victoria station stopped trains services going in and out of the terminal today.

However, fire crews and the Met Police attended the site and have declared it safe. A spokesman for the Met said the device, in nearby Peabody Road, was found to be non-suspicious.

During the scare, no trains were running to and from the station. Some disruption is continuing.

 

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11:35am Tue 10 Jun 14

white rabbit9 says...

I'm shocked the government didn't use it as a terrorist threat. Missed opportunity mossad, I mean zionst government.
I'm shocked the government didn't use it as a terrorist threat. Missed opportunity mossad, I mean zionst government. white rabbit9
  • Score: -5

10:04pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Gypo.Joe says...

Don't mention the var.
Don't mention the var. Gypo.Joe
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