Man finds Second World War air raid shelter under driveway


A man has accidentally unearthed a Second World War air raid shelter under his driveway in Luton.

Simon Marks, 37, was unsure what had happened when the wheel of his car got stuck outside his home.

When he got out to check, he discovered part of the driveway had caved in.

As he opened the hole - having initially dropped down a camera on a selfie stick to check it out - he discovered a two-roomed shelter.

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