hannover - The German city of Hannover claims to be a major evacuation because of the threats of thirteen possible blind-goers from the Second World War. Sunday, around 50,000 people need to find a safe place elsewhere.
In the area being evacuated, there are seven retirement homes, a hospital and a large tire factory. The authorities are setting up hundreds of hospitals to transport people in need.
Construction workers in the district of Vahrenwald found thirteen places of suspicious projectiles in the ground. Hanover was bombarded several times in World War II. For example, the Allies wrecked only 261,000 bombs on the city on October 9, 1943.
Sunday is the second-largest evacuation of post-war Germany. On the first day of Christmas was the largest, in Augsburg, who hit 54,000 people.