Suspicious Bottle Closes Street in South Charleston, Bomb Squad Investigating

SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- The Kanawha County Bomb Squad responded to a vehicle service center in South Charleston Monday after a suspicious bottle was found in a vehicle.

The incident was reported about 8 a.m. at Joe Holland's Service Center near the intersection of MacCorkle Avenue and D Street.

South Charleston Police tell employees called 911 when they found the suspicious bottle inside the car. The bottle had wires and lights on top of it, according to police.

The bomb squad responded to the scene and took the bottle in for testing.

Investigators are reviewing surveillance video at the dealership.

No one was hurt and the service center is open as usual.

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