Police officers close a street as 60,000 people in Frankfurt are about to evacuate the city while experts defuse an unexploded World War Two bomb found during renovations on the university's campus September 3, 2017.
Tens of thousands of residents of Germany's financial capital, Frankfurt, evacuated their homes yesterday ahead of the planned defusing of a massive World War II bomb discovered on a building site.
Homes and buildings within a 1.5-kilometre radius of the site were due to be cleared by 6am Irish time, but some people were still in the evacuation zone well past the deadline as police carried out door-to-door checks.
The bomb, an HC-4000, contains more than 1.4 tonnes of explosives, enough to level a city block.
As well as residents, more than 100 hospital patients from Frankfurt and Koblenz, including premature infants and those in intensive care, have also had to be moved to safety. "Our bomb technicians begin to work", Frankfurt's police said on Twitter.
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The fire brigade tweeted: "Transport for those who can't leave on their own is on its way into the evacuation zone". "I have never seen anything like it".
The two main shelters - at a convention center and a concert hall - can house up to 10,000 people, Röck told CNN.
The evacuation is the biggest since the war ended in 1945.
About 60,000 people were ordered to leave in what was Germany's biggest evacuation since the war, with more than 1,000 emergency service workers helping to clear the area.
The bomb was found during construction in an upscale area.