Bomb scare forces evacuation of Paris station over passenger's 'military relic' One person wrote on Twitter: "No information on what's going on at gare du Nord!?! Massive queues, delays, explosion.
Any update for your passengers?" Eurostar replied to another person online, writing: coach outlet coupons zazzle "Somebody tried to take through a military relic so it's just being checked and check in should be open very shortly." The high speed service provider reassured passengers that services had not been cancelled but "interrupted until further notice". One tweet read: "Check in was interrupted due to the presence of a suspect package which caused the evacuation. We're sorry for the inconvenience." Businessman Martin Adams was on his way to get the 4.13pm service to London when police cordoned off half of the station. The 31 year old, who had been returning from a weekend in the French capital with friends, told the Press Association: "The police told us that there would be a controlled explosion and about 10 minutes coach outlet nearby later there was, nobody panicked and everybody just got about lining up for their trains. "A lot of people coach outlet handbags yellow missed the 4.13pm as a result but Eurostar placed people on later trains.
"My wife heard someone say in the security line that it was a tourist trying coach online shopping sale to bring a part of an old WWII bomb back through customs. "This wasn't confirmed to us by Eurostar or security who just referred to 'security issues' when announcing delays.".
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