Removal of an unexploded bomb from Smocza Street

Marta Kufel

Marta Kufel

Removal of an unexploded bomb from Smocza Street

Sappers will be removing the World War II aerial bomb found in the forest on the outskirts of Szczecin from the city area. The procedure will start on 19 April (Friday) in the morning.

Considering the danger to human health and life posed by the unexploded bomb removal, it is ordered that people are prohibited from staying in the open in the following parts of Szczecin:

Smocza Street Nos. 14A to 22C and Nos. 29 to 41.

Falskiego Street Nos. 1 to 13 and Nos. 23 to 41.

Leśników Street Nos. 1 to 12.

Polanka Street Nos. 12 to 16.

Wschodnia Street Nos. 4 to 26.

Grzegorzewskiej Street Nos. 1 to 10.

Prószyńskiego Street Nos. 1 to 17.

Korczaka Street Nos. 5 to 66.

The prohibition on staying in the open will be applicable on 19 April (Friday) from 09.45 a.m. until its cancellation, and will concern residents of the streets indicated above. The cancellation of the prohibition will be announced by the Police and the Szczecin Municipal Guards through messages broadcast from police cars.

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