Normality restored to sections of Falmouth in Trelawny, following reports of a bomb threat
Normality has been restored to sections of Falmouth in Trelawny, following reports of a bomb threat, this morning (September 15).
Reports are that shortly before 10 a-m, the police received calls about a suspected bomb, near the Falmouth hospital.
Police, firefighters and soldiers responded, cordoned off the area, and carried out thorough search activities.
Head of the Trelawny Police Division, Deputy Superintendent Winston Milton told Irie FM News, that the area has been re-opened as no explosive device was found.
He said investigations are ongoing to determine who made the call about the bomb.
Meantime, Regional Director for the Western Regional Health Authority, St. Andrade Sinclair noted that this morning evacuation plans activated, in the wake reports of the bomb threat.
Following clearance from the police, normal operations have resumed at the Falmouth hospital.