Unexploded ordnance from WW2 found by teenagers in forest

Two local teenagers discovered unexploded ordnance from WW2 in a forest in Karwacz, Eastern Poland.

Unexploded ordnance found at the site (by Policja)

Upon the discovery the boys informed their mother who called the Police to the site. The find was made in a forest adjacent to the local football court. Police officers identified the objects as an anti-tank missile, artillery missile and mortar grenades. The unexploded ordnance was still armed and very dangerous. Sappers were called to the site to collect the objects and detonate them at the military grounds.

(after Policja & Dziennik Wschodni)

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