Dortmund were cut off by the bomb.
Thousands of people were evacuated on Sunday, January 12, in the German city of Dortmund within the framework of the disposal of four bombs during the Second world war, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to the Correspondent.
Authorities evacuated two hospitals on Saturday and opened a school for residents who had to leave their homes. About 14 thousand people were asked to leave areas where it is believed the bombs are.
The authorities also closed the railway station, and from midday Sunday all trains will be routed.
The operation to munitions clearance is expected in the second half of the day Sunday.
After almost 75 years after the war in Germany often find unexploded bombs.