Update: The "all clear" has been given by NYPD after a suspicious package, found on a PATH train at the World Trade Center, prompted a temporary evacuation.
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Developing: The World Trade Center PATH station in Manhattan has been evacuated and the NYPD's bomb squad has been called into to investigate a "suspicious package" discovered on a PATH train. Authorities were alerted to the situation after Port Authority K-9s got a positive hit on a train. More from CBS:
A suspicious package prompted a temporary evacuation at the World Trade Center PATH station, CBS New York reports.
Sources tell CBS New York that Port Authority K-9 officers received a positive hit in a PATH rail car at the World Trade Center station.
PATH service into and out of the World Trade Center is suspended as Emergency Service and K-9 units from the Port Authority Police Department investigate the area.
This story is developing and will be updated.
Meanwhile, here is footage of what appears to be an orderly evacuation by the NYPD.
Meanwhile, the Port Authority has suspended all service to the WTC.
"Due to police activity, service in to and out of WTC is suspended. Please use MTA for service uptown for PATH service in to New Jersey."
Due to police activity, service in to and out of WTC is suspended. Please use MTA for service uptown for PATH service in to New Jersey.— PATH Alerts (@PATHAlerts) July 2, 2017