A live World War Two bomb unearthed by builders on a housing development has been destroyed in a controlled explosion.
The 500lb (227kg) device was found on the new-build estate in Goole, East Yorkshire, on Thursday.
Eight homes were evacuated and the M62 was shut between junctions 35 and 37 as a safety precaution.
Humberside Police said the device was successfully detonated at 16:22 BST on Saturday.
All residents have been able to return to their homes and local business are no longer being asked to remain closed.
The force also said a no-fly zone and the closures of the M62 and other roads nearby had since been lifted.
There had been significant traffic congestion and delays on Saturday as a result of the measures.
John Sharpe, site manager of the Beal Homes development, said he received a call from workers just after midday on Thursday.
"They didn't know what they'd dug up at first and a guy went down into the hole because we thought it was a metal pipe.
"As he uncovered it he realised it was a bomb and got out pretty quickly," he said.
Mr Sharpe said the bomb was believed to have been dropped by a Lancaster bomber during a crash-landing.