Two pressure cookers caused a scare in a Manhattan subway station Friday morning, causing train delays. The pressure cookers were deemed harmless, and surrounding stations found clear as well.
A Friday morning bomb scare in the big apple caused train delays, snarling up the morning commute for thousands of people.
Two pressure cookers were found in llower Manhattan’s Fulton Street subway station, prompting the police to evacuate the station.
The cookers were deemed harmless, and the police searched nearby subway stations out of an abundance of caution.
Train service to the effected stations resumed soon after.
Our @NYPDCT Bomb Squad has cleared the devices inside of Fulton Street subway station in Lower Manhattan. They are NOT explosive devices.
Out of an abundance of caution officers have searched nearby stations. pic.twitter.com/Y32I9DFEDf
— NYPDCounterterrorism (@NYPDCT) August 16, 2019