By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Police have given the all-clear after reports of a suspicious package in a parking garage at UPMC Presbyterian Hospital.
Officials said a bag was left unattended by a vehicle on Thursday, and responding officers heard a faint beeping sound coming from the bag.
The contents were examined by the bomb squad, and the contents were benign. There is no danger to the public.
The Bomb Squad has determined the contents of the package to be benign and no danger to the public.
Roads are reopening to traffic. https://t.co/SeiwPHrs0a
— Pgh Public Safety (@PghPublicSafety) August 27, 2021
Previously, Pittsburgh Public Safety told pedestrians and motorists to avoid the area. The roads have been reopened.
#UPDATE Everything is all clear. Police said it was a bag and something was beeping inside, but it ended up being nothing concerning. No need to avoid the area near this parking garage attached to UPMC Presby. @KDKA
— Jessica Guay (@JessicaGuayTV) August 27, 2021