Underwater German Mine From WWII Times Detonated In Spanish Waters (VIDEO)

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The video of the moment of the detonation caused a stir on YouTube, where many were astonished.

Members of the Mine Action Divers Unit (UBMCM) of the Spanish Navy have detonated an mine, of German origin, in the waters of the Bay of Roses. This place is located in the province of Girona, in the northeast of the autonomous community of Catalonia.

The video of the moment of the explosion was shared on YouTube, where it did not take long to go viral. Many users were impressed by the power of the aforementioned device, which was 150 kilos.

It was known that the presence of the bomb was alerted by a diver from the Roses Immersion Center. After notifying the authorities, an inspection and subsequent deactivation of the device was carried out.

Spanish experts believe that the mine dates from the 1930s or 1940s, presuming that it was produced during the German arms race before the start of World War II.

“The wave is amazing. I would not have wanted to be one of the poor sailors who came across this type of bomb on the high seas, “commented a YouTube user.

Watch the Youtube video below …

 

Source: Mag el Comercio