The British air bomb of the Second World War caused the largest evacuation in Germany since the Second World War, writes Deutsche Welle.

9:00 am Moscow time on Sunday, September 3, more than 60,000 people left their homes in Frankfurt am Main. The area of cordon was 1.5 km.

It is noted that the sappers will begin to neutralize the bomb at 13:00 Moscow time.
A bomb weighing 1.8 tons contains almost 1.5 tons of explosives.