An explosion rocked the English town of Exeter on Saturday after a relic from World War II was found at a construction site on Friday. People living in the surrounding area (roughly 2,600 properties were evacuated before the 81-year-old 2,204 pound Hermann" bomb was detonated at 6:10pm Saturday. The force of the explosion could be heard for miles, and authorities said it left a crater "around the size of a double decker bus."
Unfortunately a number of homes and property were damaged by the explosion, which projected large metal objects and other debris, which in some cases required a crane to remove.
Video footage shown below.