Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-02-22 16:44:16 –
Colorado Springs, Colorado — Law enforcement agencies responded to a suspicious vehicle on Monday morning, sending a shelter-in-place notice to residents of the Norad Road area in southwestern Colorado Springs.
According to police, the alert came out around 8:30 am and was lifted around 10 am, and the first responder determined that there was no threat.
A Peterson-Shriver Garrison spokesman, including the Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Base, said the warning was triggered by a suspicious vehicle.
“The first response force at Cheyenne Mountain Air Force Base responded to suspicious vehicles at the front gate of the facility,” said a spokesman. “Appropriate safety measures have been taken to ensure the well-being of responders, installers, and neighbors. The response team determined that there was no threat to the installation or surrounding area and placed an order for shelter-in-place. Finished around 10 am. “
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