An extensive cordon in Elephant and Castle is being lifted after a suspicious vehicle reported in Elephant and Castle turned out to be a false alarm.
Inspector Owen Pyle confirmed the vehicle was confirmed as ‘non suspicious’ and road would shortly re-open.
*UPDATE* The incident has now been stood down – roads will reopen shortly. https://t.co/YEDsLtojSS
— MPS Southwark (@MPSSouthwark) March 11, 2020
Traffic remains slow due to delays.
A201 Elephant And Castle – All roads have reopened following an emergency services incident. Traffic remains slow westbound on New Kent Road, northbound on Kennington Lane and southbound on London Road and Newington Causeway. https://t.co/5CILzZksDK
— TfL Traffic News (@TfLTrafficNews) March 11, 2020
Tube trains are also back up and running.
? Service Update.
? Service has resumed, trains are now running to all destinations. Please check before you travel.
? Live status: https://t.co/xpiv5byc60
?? To re-plan: https://t.co/NrdiO8bu3i
— Bakerloo line (@bakerlooline) March 11, 2020