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Route 100 Closed and Business Evacuated over Suspicious Package Report in Lower Macungie Township, Pennsylvania

A suspicious package report in Lower Macungie Township, Pennsylvania has led to the evacuation of a business and the closure of Route 100. The incident took place at the 8600 block of Congdonhill Drive, involving the Ryder Logistics warehouse that was evacuated.

Local roads, including Route 100 at Spring Creek Road, are closed as a precaution. According to Pennsylvania State Police Trooper Nathan Branosky, the Allentown Bomb Squad was called in as mutual aid to the state police investigation just before 2 p.m. Monday. Capt. John Christopher from the Allentown Fire Department confirmed this information.

The situation is currently under investigation, and updates will be provided as the story develops. It is unclear what led to the suspicious package report or what prompted authorities to evacuate the business and close the roadway. However, local officials have urged residents and visitors to avoid the area while investigations continue.

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