Residents of the area to the East of London were evacuated due to bombs found
MOSCOW, 27 Jun — RIA Novosti. One of the streets of London evacuated after police discovered an unexploded bomb from the Second world war, reports the Evening Standard.
Shoreditch High Street is cut off by the police right now pic.twitter.com/b4RW32K3a1
— Alexander Savin (@alexsavinme) February 27, 2017
The area around Shoreditch street was cordoned off. Arrived at the scene duties.
Shoreditch High St is CLOSED both ways at Great Eastern St due to an police incident. Drivers are advised to seek an alternative route pic.twitter.com/JvxAJSDhKt
— TfL Traffic News (@TfLTrafficNews) October 27, 2017
According to The Sun, now the traffic is restored. From social networking there have been conflicting reports: some advises to refrain from trips to Shoreditch, while others argue that the movement is restored and local institutions are working in normal mode, adds the publication.
Shoreditch High Street has now just been reopened. Thankfully a false alarm. pic.twitter.com/e9YHoo9pfZ
— Ryan (@RyanAHodges) February 27, 2017
Shoreditch is one of the trendiest and liveliest areas of London. There are many cafes, restaurants, pubs, night clubs and shops.