MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – A recent wave of bomb threats in the City of Detroit is continuing.
Detroit Police say they received another bomb threat on the Ambassador Bridge. Authorities say the threat came in around 5:15 p.m Thursday afternoon. However, officials kept the busy international crossing open while they investigated the call instead of closing it. It’s the fourth bomb threat in the past two weeks in Detroit.
A similar threat was made Monday, leading authorities to close the bridge for several hours. On July 12th a bomb threat closed the Detroit-Windsor tunnel, and on Tuesday a threat was made against Comerica Park during a Tigers baseball game.
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