Evacuations after 'WW2 bomb' found on Lewisham building site
A device thought to be an unexploded World War Two bomb was found on a building site in south-east London.
It was discovered just after 09:00 BST in Boone Street, Lewisham.
Part of Lee High Road was cordoned off while specialist officers assess the scene. A school and some neighbouring properties were evacuated.
Motorists were advised to avoid the area as the Army worked to remove the bomb.
The area reopened just after 16:00 BST.
On Wednesday, a WW2 bomb was detonated in a controlled blast on another building site in Victoria Park, Tower Hamlets.