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RTA employees allowed re-entrance after bomb threat

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Police blocking West 6th near RTA building (Source: WOIO) Police blocking West 6th near RTA building (Source: WOIO)
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

RTA confirms that all employees have been allowed entrance back into headquarters after being evacuated.

The building was cleared after a bomb threat was made Sunday afternoon.

According to Jerry Masek from RTA Media Relations, the office building located at 1240 West 6th Street was evacuated around 3 p.m.

Masek says RTA police used bomb sniffing dogs to investigate the building.  No bomb was found.

RTA's rail service has been restored to normal after being shut down for nearly 30 minutes due to the bomb threat.

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