Police have evacuated an area of Baker Street in London following a bomb scare.
Police cordon at Baker Street for a security alert pic.twitter.com/CsOTTp4y3g
— Olly Barratt (@ollybarratt) November 19, 2015
— Beth Fisher (@Beth_JFisher) November 19, 2015
Twitter went into melt down with reports police carried out a controlled explosion.
Police made a controlled explosion at Baker Street after a vehicle was abandoned, but no criminal investigation is being pursued, police say
— Naomi O'Leary (@NaomiOhReally) November 19, 2015
Met Police have confirmed the car was not suspicious. However a controlled explosion carried out on abandoned car near Baker Street station as a precaution.
Abandoned car on Baker Street that caused closures in the local area has been deemed non-suspicious. Roads now re-opening.
— MPS Westminster (@MPSWestminster) November 19, 2015
Transport For London has now confirmed the Tube station has re-opened
— TfL travel advice and inspiration (@TfLTravelAlerts) November 19, 2015
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