Plume of water caused by the explosion off Guernsey's coast
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WWII mine detonated off Guernsey

An unexploded World War II bomb has been safely detonated in the sea off the coast of Guernsey.

The British-made aerial sea mine was discovered at Bluebell Wood in St Peter Port on Wednesday.

A Royal Navy bomb disposal team was brought in to help deal with the 850lb (385kg) explosive.