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Unexploded bomb found on estate

An unexploded bomb found by workers in Sheffield "was not capable of being detonated", police have said.

Workers discovered the wartime device, at an industrial estate in Stevenson Road in the Attercliffe area of the city at 1440 BST.

South Yorkshire Police put a 200m cordon around the site and closed several roads and businesses.

Explosives experts have now removed the bomb, and all roads and businesses have been re-opened.



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