U.S. 33 Reopens In Southeast Columbus

U.S. 33 Reopens In Southeast Columbus (Image 1)

U.S. 33 near South James Road has reopened after an earlier report of a suspicious package.

First responders were sent to the area of eastbound U.S. 33 and James Road shortly before 9 a.m. Wednesday.

According to firefighters, what appeared to be a package of dynamite was reported in the area.

Eastbound U.S. 33 traffic was diverted to Winchester Pike while the bomb squad investigated.

The bomb squad determined that there was no threat and the roadway reopened a short time later.

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