Home services

Suspicious Machine Incident Close to San Francisco’s Mission Dolores Park Ends – CBS San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – San Francisco police have reopened an area of ​​Dolores Street in Mission Dolores Park that was closed Monday morning over a suspicious device, according to authorities.

Police said officers responded at about 10:12 a.m. in the 600 block of Dolores Street near Cumberland Street about a suspicious device. Arriving officers set up an area at the crime scene that blocked off vehicle and pedestrian traffic in the area while they conducted the investigation.

CONTINUE READING: UPDATE: Caldor Fire Darkened 100,000 Acres; More than 400 houses destroyed; “What do you do when you have nothing”

Due to the nature of the open investigation, police did not provide a description of the device.

At around 12:13 p.m., the San Francisco Office of Emergency Services tweeted that the all-clear had been given and the streets had reopened.

ALERTSF: The incident in the Dolores St and Cumberland St area has been resolved. Rescue workers are free from the scene.

CONTINUE READING: Suspect arrested in Redwood City for sexually assaulting children in Marin County

Allow for remaining traffic delays and allow for additional travel time. For live traffic information, visit https://t.co/KhHeZty2yc. https://t.co/jqlfMkTtR1

– San Francisco Department of Emergency Management😷 (@SF_emergency) August 23, 2021

MORE NEWS: Callback in California: Larry Elder Campaign hires a new campaign manager within 3 weeks

Authorities said they expected some residual delays in the region.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button