2,000 evacuated after WWII bomb found in Poland

Police on Wednesday said that 2,000 people were evacuated after a huge, unexploded World War II bomb was found in the center of the southwest Polish city of Wroclaw. Wroclaw police spokesman Krzysztof Zaporowski said that downtown residents, kindergarten students and town hall employees were evacuated to allow explosive experts to dig out the 1-ton bomb and take it to a testing range to be detonated. Zaporowski said that workers found the bomb during road work. Unexploded bombs from World War II are still found frequently in Poland more than 60 years after the conflict ended.