Roma Intl. Bridge Reopens After Suspicious Package Prompts Closure
ROMA – The Roma International Bridge is back open after it was shut down for several hours overnight.
Officials confirmed a suspicious package was discovered around 9 p.m. Wednesday, prompting bridge officials to shut down traffic in both directions.
According to the release, the McAllen Bomb Squad was called in and determined the package was not a threat.
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