WWII Bomb Revealed in Italy’s River Po by Worst Drought in 70 Years
A river in Italy is looking really sandy. Officials say the River Po is experiencing the worst drought in 70 years. The river is Italy's longest, spanning more than 400 miles across the country’s north from west to east. The reduction in water has made large sandbanks visible along the river and even revealed a bomb from World War II. Lack of snow over the winter and an early, hot summer are the cause of these conditions. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.