ST. LOUIS, Mo. – A suspicious package discovered at St. Louis Lambert Airport disrupted MetroLink service. Delays were expected for up to an hour. Westbound traffic on Lambert International Boulevard was also being redirected.
At about 10 p.m., the airport said the package was inspected and was determined to be non-threatening. MetroLink services are operating again.
An Ameren employee found the package, reported it to airport police, who reported it to St. Louis County Bomb and Arson investigators.
MetroLink light rail service was not running between Terminal One and Two. There was also no service from the North Hanley MetroLink station.
There were no flight delays because of this incident, per the airport spokesman.