Bomb found, Shipyard in Northern England Evacuated After ‘Bomb Warning’ on Nuclear Submarine

Bomb found, Shipyard in Northern England Evacuated After 'Bomb Warning' on Nuclear Submarine

April 10, 2019– Mary Greeley News – A shipyard in Northern England that builds nuclear submarines has reportedly been evacuated after an anonymous tipster told officials a bomb had been placed on one of the vessels.

The port, located in Barrow-in-Furness, is used by BAE Systems, an international defense, security and aerospace company. An employee told The Mail all staff had been evacuated.

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A spokesperson for BAE systems confirmed an incident took place and that one of the oldest docks at the shipyard, the Devonshire Dock Complex, had been closed.

Bomb found, Shipyard in Northern England Evacuated After 'Bomb Warning' on Nuclear Submarine

“We can confirm there is an ongoing incident at our Barrow site and we are liaising with Cumbria Police who are carrying out an investigation,” the spokesperson said. “As a precaution, the Devonshire Dock complex has been closed. Staff, contractors and local residents are being kept informed.”

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A police spokesman cited by The Guardian confirmed that “police are on site at BAE and assisting staff”. The North West ambulance service said it received a call at 9:18 am local time. “We are currently on the scene but there are no known casualties,” a spokesperson said.

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