Commuter chaos as ferry services between the Circular Quay of Sydney and Manly are stopped as the police & # 39; threat & # 39; on the quay
- The chaos of the commons unfolded Wednesday when the Sydney ferries stopped
- Services between Circular Quay and Manly were stopped due to a & # 39; bomb alert & # 39;
- Commuters were evicted from the terminal by the workers and the police
Commuter chaos followed on Wednesday afternoon as peak hour ferries between Sydney Circular Quay and Manly were stopped.
NSW Police investigates a reported & # 39; bomb threat & # 39; on Manly Wharf, where all services are stopped between the stops and the terminal is closed.
Commuters were sent away by site workers and the police when they searched the area.
Commuter chaos followed on Wednesday afternoon as peak hour ferries between Sydney Circular Quay and Manly were stopped
A spokeswoman for the NSW police confirmed that a threat had been issued but was unable to provide further details.
Witnesses on the spot came to Twitter to say that the ferry stayed on the dock while the police led people away.
Another commuter said she was told that the halt was caused by a & # 39; bomb alert & # 39; aboard the ferry that was stuck to Manly wharf.
The police continue to do Manly terminal & # 39; due diligence & # 39 ;, The Sydney Morning Herald reported.
Officers searched the ferry because fire engines, specialized ambulance crews and unmarked police cars remain outside the terminal.
On the way to Many from Circular Quay, the services were stopped halfway through their route and forced to return.
Commuters are told to postpone their journey and allow a lot of extra travel time, because replacement buses are organized for the route.
Commuters were sent away by site workers and the police when they searched the area