Bomb disposal units are currently on scene at Lincoln Central station in Lincoln, England after a suspicious package was found.
Police are currently on the scene and civilians are being asked to avoid the area.
According to the Lincolnshire Police, a suspicious package was found and the bus station has been evacuated. Additionally, road closures are in place.
The British Transport Police also addressed the evacuation on Twitter:
We are currently dealing with an incident – alongside Lincolnshire Police – at Lincoln Central station. A suspicious item was found on a bus outside the station which is currently closed. Check National Rail Enquiries for the latest travel information.
At this time, no injuries have been reported. The package does not appear to be a legitimate threat.
The Lincoln Central Station, which was opened on October 17, 1848, is located at 19 St Mary’s Street, Lincoln LN5 7EW, United Kingdom.
The station serves the city of Lincoln in Lincolnshire, England, and is owned by Network Rail and managed by East Midlands Trains train operating company. East Midlands Trains provide the majority of services along with Northern and London North Eastern Railway.
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