“Suspicious vehicle” raises alarm at Atlantic City Casino
As the Atlantic City casino authorities confirmed they have found a “suspicious vehicle” near the edifice, the event led to various street blockages and temporary closedown of a parking garage earlier this evening.
After a thorough investigation authorities ascertained the vehicle - found near Trump Taj Mahal casino - to be risk-free, as per the news confirmed by a spokesman who evidenced the whole event.
As the Trump Taj Mahal casino hotel security officer came upon a "suspicious vehicle" earlier in the evening, he immediately reached Atlantic City authorities, disclosed the casino representative Brian Cahill.
However, Atlantic City authorities were not available for comments.
The situation brought under control quickly
Unable to furnish details in particular, Cahill explained the situation at the gambling parlor was speedily brought under control without going for evacuation. By 9:30 p.m. the police almost cleared up the tantrum.
To quote Cahill, "Authorities responded immediately and did a great job… All is fine and we are open for business.”
A spectator informed the media that Trump Taj Mahal parking garage was temporarily shutdown, while the cops barricaded several streets near the vicinity of the casino.
As the news broke in, a crowd of around 50 people was immediately forced out of the garage at 9:15 p.m. approximately, but as soon as the investigation got over, they were let in after 15 mins.
The event followed 9/11 anniversary
It’s hardly a week since the state comemorated and offered its condolences to those who died in the 9/11 attack, the event which carved the history of terrorism.
Analyst suggest that though the federal government has succeeded in maintaining strict vigilance to avert terrorist threats, similar sabotage should definitely be checked for nation’s peace and uninterrupted confidence in its government.