Crown Point Bridge: Leeds road closed over "mortar shell" find
A major road in Leeds was closed for several hours after following the discovery of suspected mortar shell.
Crown Point Road was cordoned off due to reports of a "suspected First or Second World War mortar device", West Yorkshire Police said.
The Army bomb disposal team carried out a controlled explosion of the device at East End Park at about 16:30 GMT.
It was believed to have been discovered by people fishing with magnets nearby in the River Aire.
The road reopened at about 16:00 GMT.