Detroit-Windsor Tunnel Shut Down For 4 Hours From Bomb Scare
DETROIT - The tunnel connecting Detroit and Windsor reopened to traffic just before 5 p.m. Thursday.
A bomb scare shut down the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel for several hours Thursday afternoon.
Police and U.S/Canada border officials said the threat was called in to the duty free store on the Canadian side of the border at about 1 p.m., suggesting that a bomb was somewhere in the tunnel.
Investigators focused on a payphone and booth across the street from the Ontario Tourism office near the entrance of the tunnel on the Windsor side - was dusted it for prints.
The mile-long, underwater international border crossing lets vehicles pass underneath the Detroit River between Detroit, Michigan, and Windsor, Ontario.
The tunnel is one of two vehicular connections between the cities. The other is the Ambassador Bridge, which still was open.
What a cluster fuck!
Where was Matty Moroun when this went down? He is the only one who benefits from this. Just axin’ kwesshions…