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Greyhound station reopened after grenade scare

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Traffic, trains and busses were delayed early Monday morning when a grenade fell from a box at the Greyhound station near Five Points.

According to police, the "hollowed out" grenade was being shipped to North Carolina, alone with other items. SWAT was called in to investigate the situation and the grenade was, eventually, deemed safe. 

Prior to the investigation, the Greyhound station was evacuated and closed Forsyth Street was closed as a precautionary measure. The bus station and the street have been reopened.

Gold and Red line MARTA trains were also delayed at the Garnett station, as a result of this investigation. All trains are back on schedule.

SWAT team members took possession of the grenade.

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