Toronto subway station cleared after bomb threat: police

Police are investigating after a threat was made to a subway station in Toronto. Global News / Gord Edick

Police say a subway station in Toronto was temporarily evacuated over a bomb threat.

In a tweet Monday, Toronto police said officers received report of a bomb threat at Pioneer Village Subway station in the Steeles Avenue and Northwest Gate area, just after 9 a.m.

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Officers said the station was evacuating.

“No reported injuries at this time,” police said in the tweet.

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The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) said there was no service between Vaughan and Finch Avenue West due to the incident.

“Shuttle busses are running between Vaughan Metropolitan Centre and Finch West,” a TTC tweet read. “All bus routes servicing Pioneer Village Station will be redirected away from the station.”

In an update just after 9:30 a.m., police said officers had “cleared the train and track level.”

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