CLEVELAND - The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) held an emergency training drill at the Buckeye-Woodhill station on Sunday.
The drill allowed first responders, including RTA Transit Police, explosive detection K-9s and the Cleveland Fire Department to familiarize themselves with the new station.
A suspicious package found on an RTA train platform was the basis for the emergency drill.
RTA spokeswoman Mary Shaffer said nearly 100 people have taken part in training in the last month to get acquainted with the new station.
Construction started to renovate the Buckeye-Woodhill station in June 2011. The station serves both the blue and green RTA lines.
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