British tabloid the Daily Mail published an article about the undermining of sea mines during the Second world war in the Crimea, called the Peninsula was annexed by Russian territory.
«The incident occurred in the port city of Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula, in the South-West of Russia» – stated in the article, which quoted news Agency RIA Novosti.
A projectile weighing one ton, which was destroyed in a controlled explosion on 8 June, identified as a German aviation ground proximity mine type «LMB», says the publication. It dropped by German planes during the first attack on Sevastopol in June 1941.
Since mine was close to town and the underwater pipeline, the sappers had to tow him out to sea and vzorvat with the help of modern robotics.