He finds a bomb from World War II in Liège and arms it over to the firefighters | EUROtoday

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A person has delivered to a hearth station within the Belgian city of Liege a howitzer from the Second World War that he found within the basement of his father's home, a gesture that the brigade members advise towards as it’s an explosive machine.

“The fact that we brought the ammunition It's not a good idea. The artifact is certainly harmless if not handled. But let's imagine that the person who brings it to us is the victim of a traffic accident,” the captain advised the Belga information company. Cédric Scheen.

This Wednesday the neighbor found the machine, which measures about 25 centimeterswhereas tidying up his late father's home and determined to take him in a bag to the closest fireplace station, reported the RTL radio station.

They notified the Army, which really useful putting it in a secluded place and set up a safety perimeter whereas they waited for the navy bomb squad to reach to take cost of the bomb, an intervention scheduled for this Thursday.

“I advise people in this situation don't touch anything and call us,” added the hearth captain.