No explosives found on bus after reported threat on I-90 in Lake County

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LAKE COUNTY -After a reported threat on I-90 in Lake County, authorities say that a suspect approached the bus driver about a threat, causing the driver to pull over. The bus was carrying about 30 passengers and was heading from Buffalo to Cleveland.

A suspect called 911 on their own, and when police arrived the bus was swept by the bomb squad and canines, but no explosives were found.

Two suspects are now in custody. The FBI confirmed they are assisting local and state partners in the ongoing investigation.

The threat closed I-90 in both directions between State Route 528 and Vrooman Road, Friday evening. The freeway is now reopened in both directions.

Video from SkyFOX shows authorities a good distance away from a Greyhound bus on the side of the interstate.

Our Kevin Freeman was on the scene reported seeing several dozen passengers being taken to another bus.

A Greyhound bus spokesperson says all passengers are safely off the bus.

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