Bomb scare sparked by suspicious device in NC ambulance

Hazmat crews and a bomb squad determined there was no threat; investigators are trying to determine how the object got inside the rig


WCNC.com

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Emergency officials have cleared the scene at Carolinas Medical Center early Wednesday morning after a suspicious device was found in an ambulance.

Hazmat crews and a bomb squad were on the scene at the ER working with officials to determine if a device found in an ambulance was a threat. Around 6:30 a.m., officials were able clear the scene and determine the device found was not a threat.

The incident did not disrupt the ER at the hospital, officials said. Officials are still investigating who put the object in the ambulance and how long it was there.

Read full story: No threat at CMC after 'suspicious' device found in ambulance

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