NORRISTOWN , Pa. (CBS) — Normal service has resumed on the Manayunk regional rail line and the Norristown high speed line after it was disrupted by a report of a suspicious package near the Norristown Transportation Center.
According to police, a call about an unattended package was called in shortly after 1 p.m. and was located in the Bieber parking garage adjacent to NTC.READ MORE: Dozens Of Mom-And-Pop Shops In Manayunk Prepare For Small Business Saturday
SEPTA service was disrupted due to the increased police presence in the area.READ MORE: Stray Bullet Kills Man Eating Thanksgiving Dinner Inside Norristown Home, Police Say
The scene was cleared around 3 p.m. and SEPTA service, including bus service to NTC, was restored.
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Norristown: Service has resumed at Norristown Trans Cntr. Inbound train #6223 will run service btwn Elm and Norristown. Delays are expected.
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Passengers may still be experiencing some residual delays.