Residents have been allowed back to their homes after a bomb scare brought a town in Sussex to a standstill.
Builders in Peacehaven discovered what was feared to be a huge World War 2 barrel bomb, containing 1000lbs of high explosive.
Nearby homes were evacuated, and elderly residents forced to sleep in a leisure centre. Schools and roads were also closed.
It was eighteen hours before Army Bomb Disposal experts identified the object as a disused fuel tank, as Malcolm Shaw reports.
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