Royal Navy bomb disposal experts have successfully detonated ordnance near the mouth of the QE2 marina entrance in Guernsey through a controlled explosion. The United States Mk 54 depth charge was safely disposed of at 12:05pm local time on 16 November.
The Royal Navy sets a date for the planned detonation of ordnance found near the QE2 marina entrance.
A team of Royal Navy experts will travel to Guernsey this weekend following the discovery of ordnance near the QE2 marina entrance.
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