The young man sought the treasure and was blown up by a bomb during the First world war


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In France, the young man was blown up by a bomb during the First world war during the search of the treasure. This publication reports the Daily Mail.

The incident occurred in early July. 18-year-old history buff and Amateur excavations Paul Aiden (Paul Aiden) tried to find gold with a metal detector in woods near his home in Metz, the region Grand-est. When the detector beeped, the boy decided that he found the gold coins. He began to dig into the dense thickets and I came across an old explosive device. Aiden barely realized what it was, as it rejected a blast wave.

“I was lying on the ground, I was bleeding, and I didn’t understand what was happening. I was shell-shocked, I didn’t know what happened, but saw the blood on his chest and a severed index finger,” told Ayden. The Frenchman said that he was lucky to survive — if the shrapnel that was stuffed shell, got a little higher, he could have died.

The young man got home, his parents immediately called an ambulance. Aiden was taken to hospital, where doctors during the time of operation learned from him about 50 pieces and sewed his finger. The surgery was successful, but due to the explosion of the French no longer feel left arm and hears a constant ringing in the ears.

Despite the injury, Aiden is going to continue to be engaged in search of treasures. “I’m going to search for treasure your whole life and will not allow any bomb to stop me,” said the young man.

Police and bomb squad found that Aiden was blown up by French explosives in 1915. They searched the place where the treasure hunter had stumbled on the bomb found near German phosphorous grenade and defused it.

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