11:14 AM: A suspicious package that disrupted San Francisco Municipal Railway Service in the city’s Sunset District this morning has been deemed harmless, a police spokesman said.
The package was discovered at 35th Avenue and Judah Street this morning. Muni officials reported the find to police at 8:48 a.m.
Light rail service on the N-Judah line was disrupted during the investigation and bus shuttles were set up, Muni spokeswoman Kristen Holland said.
Police concluded their investigation at 10:30 a.m. after determining there was no risk to the public and light rail service resumed, Officer Boaz Mariles said.
10:17 AM: San Francisco Municipal Railway service has been disrupted in San Francisco’s Sunset District this morning by a report of a suspicious package at 35th Avenue and Judah Street, a police spokesman said.
Muni officials reported the package at 8:48 a.m., Officer Boaz Mariles said.
A bomb squad was at the scene investigating as of 9:45 a.m., says Bay City News. Appeal staffer Tim Ehhalt arrived on the scene at 10:22, just as the bomb squad “bus” was pulling away — he says the single cop there who had been directing traffic was getting ready to take off, too. Guess the OS will live to see another day!
Bay City News contributed to this report.